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At-Risk Driver Program for Medical Professionals


Some people have, or may develop, cognitive or functional impairments, that could affect their driving ability.  The At-Risk Driver Program was created to help prevent injury or death by impaired drivers.

Most medical professionals are required to report drivers who can no longer drive due to impairment.  See the At-Risk Driver Program rules for more details:

Not a medical professional? Visit our page about reporting an unsafe driver

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