Rhoda Gill, spokesperson for the Multiple Steps Forward consumer group, has been working with MS Tasmania staff over the past few years to put together a pamphlet on ‘Driving with MS and other neurological conditions’. Rhoda has been unflagging in her efforts and MS Tasmania was pleased to launch the project on World MS Day – Wednesday 27 May – at RACT House.

This pamphlet would not have been possible without the collaboration of the Registration and Licensing team from the Department of State Growth.

RACT were approached to assist MS Tasmania with the launch. RACT decided to co-brand the pamphlet and will use this as a resource within their business.

Kathy Stocks, RACT Community Engagement & Education Manager arranged for the CarFit program to be run following the launch. Kathy is happy to complete group education sessions and then roll out the RACT state wide CarFit program in summer when the weather is more clement.

What is the CarFit program? Further information about CarFit Sessions is included in this publication.

RACT offer the service state wide it’s just a matter of finding an under cover area for inclement weather.

Please note that CarFit is not an assessment of individuals’ driving ability. The service provided is free of charge.

Click here to download part 1 of the pamphlet

Click here to download part 2 of the pamphlet