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I am wondering if any one has had a problem with anxiety and driving lessons?

 

Tenmencount

 

I'm not sure what your question is.

 

DVLA deal with driving licences (& health conditions, but your GP would be the person to advise).

 

DVSA deal with the driving test to move from a provisional to a full licence.

 

Or are you asking about instructors who specialise in anxious pupils, which is nothing to do with DVLA or DVSA.....

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I was trying not to get anxious on here myself. (Hope I was not showing any anxiety)

 

There is at least 2 links on the DVLA website that state indirectly, that certain types of anxiety can prevent obtaining a licence.

 

The previous post was helpful. any further tips?

 

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Again, your GP (or psychiatrist if under hospital care) are best placed to advise.

 

In general there are 2 main areas :

A) The anxiety itself, and

B) Any medication you take for the anxiety.

 

A) For Group 1 licenses (so, standard cars) anxiety that is mild or moderate will not prevent licensing and the Drivers Medical Group at DVLA won't need to be informed

Mild-moderate is "Without signicant memory or concentration problems, agitation, behavioural disturbance or suicidal thoughts".

If any of those features are present then expect the licence to be refused.

 

B) Medication can affect ability to drive.

 

This is why speaking with your GP (or psychiatrist) is the. Eat way to assess things.

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This is why speaking with your GP (or psychiatrist) is the. Eat way to assess things.

 

Make that "This is why speaking with your GP (or psychiatrist) is the easiest way to assess things."

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