If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, we don’t need to explain the challenges that this autoimmune disorder can pose in your life.
Fortunately, for most sufferers of MS, a loss of independence through the ability to drive isn’t necessarily one of them. Despite the fact that multiple sclerosis can present some physical, visual, or cognitive deficits, most individuals are still able to effectively get behind the wheel and drive.
In this article, we’ll explore multiple sclerosis and how it can affect your ability to drive safely. Then, we’ll explore how with a little bit of help from adaptive equipment and some guidance from a certified driver rehabilitation specialist, you can safely and confidently continue driving.