A person with Parkinson’s disease can experience symptoms such as shaking, stiffness and rigidity, and difficulty with balance and coordination. These symptoms can affect a person’s ability to drive safely.
People with Parkinson’s disease may be able to drive safely. However, over time, symptoms of the disease can worsen. This can cause a person to gradually lose the ability to drive a vehicle safely.
This article covers what symptoms of Parkinson’s disease can make it difficult to drive and when a person with Parkinson’s disease should stop driving. It also discusses how Parkinson’s disease medication can affect driving, alternative travel options, and tips for families and caregivers.
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