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Replies: 2 - Pages: [1] - Last reply: 2022-02-08 10:51:13 - By: Judi Stradinger
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gloria weisz
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

i worry about his driving; i dont think his reflexes and timing are what they used to be, and what about reasoning? the part of his brain that was affected was speech and reasoning? he just naturally assums hes at his best all the time; he thinks hes fine behind the wheelit sure keeps me awake in the drivers seat i tell you; i wont be falling asleep, thats for sure!

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Judi Stradinger
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2021-04-26 00:03:56

You might have your doctor to tell your husband that he needs to take the Rehab driving school. They will test his reflexes; give him a written driving test (like the regular driving test); then he will have to drive with an instructor until or if they think that he is able to go the Driving Department to take his regular driving test.

Hope this helps.

Judi

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