Hi All - just wondered if the UK is different then from the Channel Islands, we have to get a doctors certificate if there is anything wrong with us from diabetes to dementia - if that is not approved you don't get the licence from the Driving Licence Department. Can you just run through how it works in the UK - sorry not related just interested? Luckily my MIL (PWD) gave up driving about 3 months before she was diagnosed on her own accord, before this she hit reverse on her automatic twice instead of forwards and she ended up in a neighbours front window and the last time she went was supposed to hit the brake but ended up righting her car off as she went straight into the wall of her annex. I just said well we can get you a new car but next time it happens their could be a child behind/infront of you or you could be down the pier (where we park for town) and end up in the sea! A few days later - "she decided" that it would be best for her to stop driving!