I'm relatively new to looking after someone with Dementia, but have worked in the NHS for 30+ years. My stepfather was fine in February this year, took his car into the garage for repairs in April, and by June his driving licence was suspended after medical advice. He has no recollection of this and still keeps going back to the dealership to collect his car. His car was so badly damaged it was going to cost £5K but the car was worth £750. The dealership was honest and said that it was beyond repair, but the argument went on with my stepfather. I have dealt with all the paperwork, and included him in all this by getting him to sign the documents to scrap his car. Despite this he is still trying to get his car back. The dealership were bringing him back home at their cost (more than 10 trips now), but today they made him walk back - almost 4 miles. When talking to him - he knows his car has gone - but now he says the dealership have sold it and he wants to go up and have an argument with them. When I say to him, "You know they don't have your car don't you?" he smirks or smiles and says "Yes" but I'm going anyway.... Any ideas anyone - as I have recently learnt that he had developed hitch-hiking skills.....!