Geesh! Not only selfish and dangerous (and unlawful if they falsify information on the DVLA form), but short-sighted: sooner or later your dad will be unable to drive at all, whether anyone informs DVLA or not. Then what will they do?My Dad is the only one who can drive, and the rest of the family have no intention of learning.
Once he's diagnosed, that situation should change (if the doctor follows the ethical guidance from the GMC, which, unfortunately, many doctors don't and won't). Which brings us back to the problem of getting him to the doctor and getting a diagnosis ...I rang the surgery goes to this morning and spoke to the receptionist. They won't do anything without my Dad's consent, and he won't give it.