What does the law say about driving with arthritis?
If you hold a current driving licence and your arthritis affects your driving and has lasted more than three months, you must tell the DVLA. Read more
Who do I need to talk to about driving and arthritis?
You may need to discuss your needs with the Forum of Mobility Centres, your doctor, your insurance company and a mobility assessment unit. Your local council will be able to advise you on eligibility for a Blue Badge parking permit. Read more
Buying a car
If you’re buying a car you should consider a model with power-assisted steering and automatic gears. These require less effort to use. Read more
How can I make driving more comfortable?
Following a few simple rules can make driving with arthritis safer and more enjoyable. Read more
What about outdoor electric vehicles?
If you feel that car driving isn’t for you then you might consider buying an outdoor electric vehicle. Read more