Having agonised over this all weekend I weighed up that if my aunt were to kill or injure someone when she was out in her car I'd never forgive myself as I did nothing to stop her. I rang the DVA. I spoke with someone who told me I could either write or email them. He said they would write to her and ask her to fill in some paperwork. I explained she would not be able to complete forms but would put them in an envelope and send them to me. As she doesn't have a dementia diagnosis and is not on any meds for it I fail to see what this form can do. He also said they would write to her GP. Again auntie is very plausible and how can the GP possibly know what my aunt's pracitical driving skills are like. I asked if they could not just send someone round to my aunt or invite her to an assessment centre. They said while this was possible there were other steps to take before this. I suppose from my point of view once I notify them and I am also going to speak to the GP then if something happens its not on my conscience. Has anyone else on here reported someone and been through the process?