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Parkinson's Disease

How does Parkinson's disease affect driving?
Parkinson's disease causes your arms, hands, and legs to tremble. It also affects your balance and movement. This can make it hard to turn the steering wheel or use the pedals when driving. It may also affect your reaction to sudden events.

Most people in the early stages can drive. They must take medicine to control the symptoms. If you do, you should be able to drive safely. If you are unsure, ask your doctor.

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