Hi it's been awhile since ive been on here In fact last time I wAs worried about dad driving whilst in early stages of alzehimers..... However all was resolved when the DVLA withdrew his licence, and dad took the decision eventually with good grace. Since then he has ticked along quite happy, although very slowly you can detect his lights are turning off so to speak and his memory is deteriorating...... New problem has now come to light. Whilst inside the shop helping my mother with groceries the car park attendant came in to the shop to tell me my father (left alone in the car) had driven my car in the car park to a new car space (at the front of a row so he could see passers by) he had narrowly missed a wall, he has no licence and No insurance! Not wanting to cause an upsetting argument, I never said anything, but vowed never to leave the keys in the car again..... Well today I took the keys in my handbag and went in to help mum with the shopping We came out to find the car had been moved! Car park attendant said my dad had pushed it this time into the space he wanted Truth is it was only 3/4 in the car space...... My dad is 84, has Alzheimer's, COPD, and heart issues and the car is a brand new SUV!! We leave him in the car because shopping is tiring for him and he doesn't wander away. What on earth do I do??!