HC Deb 10 May 1966 vol 728 c55W
Sir Clive Bossom

asked the Minister of Transport what experiments her Department has under consideration for teaching disabled drivers to pass their tests in three-wheeled invalid cars.

Mr. Swingler

Arrangements already exist for disabled people to receive instruction on driving three-wheeled invalid carriages from Ministry of Health approved garages which supply the vehicles. Advice on instruction is also available through the organisations which cater specially for disabled drivers. The Department's experience in conducting driving tests for disabled drivers does not suggest that these arrangements are inadequate and I see no need for experiments.