HC Deb 05 December 1966 vol 737 c184W
Mr. Hall-Davis

asked the Minister of Health how many applications for the supply of a car have been refused in the year to 31st March, 1966, where there have been two disabled members of a family, on the grounds that one was too young to hold a driving licence.

Mr. Loughlin


Mr. Marten

asked the Minister of Health what progress is being made in providing cars as opposed to tricycles for disabled drivers.

Mr. Loughlin

I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given today to the hon. Members for Bebington (Mr. Brooks), Liverpool, Garston (Mr. Fortescue), Cambridge (Mr. Robert Davies), Birmingham, Edgbaston (Mrs. Knight), Somerset, North (Mr. Dean) and Shrewsbury (Sir J. Langford-Holt).

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