Medical forms and fact sheets


Health professionals can now submit fitness to drive reports online, making the process quicker and easier.

Health professionals  who are unable to access the online medical report can download a paper version of the eyesight, medical or psychiatric report to make a report to VicRoads about fitness to drive.  These report forms are also found on the Completing a Medical Review Report page. 

Fact sheets for drivers

The VicRoads fact sheets provide information about how common medical conditions impact driving, as well as special considerations for older road users. Separate fact sheets describe how the Medical Review process works, and how on-road tests are conducted.

Common medical conditions and driving 

Vision and driving

The Department of Transport and Planning and VicRoads wish to acknowledge and thank the following organisations for their contribution towards development of one or more of these fact sheets: The Vision Initiative; Macular Disease Foundation Australia; Optometry Victoria South Australia; Diabetes Victoria.

Driving with a disability

Medical Review and driving assessments

Further information

Older road user factsheets

Ageing and safe driving

Older drivers are more vulnerable to being injured or killed in a car crash. This is because our bodies become frailer as we age and less able to withstand the physical impact of a crash. In addition, some health conditions and physical changes are more common with aging and can have an impact on our driving ability. 

Aging and safe driving [PDF 280Kb]

Retiring from driving

Eventually we will all need to stop driving. The ideal approach to retiring from driving is to gradually transition from regular driving, to using alternative transport options. 

Retiring from driving [PDF 565Kb]

Your car and your safety

Choose the right car for you. The most important thing when buying a car is the vehicle's ability to protect its occupant as well as other road users.  In general, its best to buy the newest and largest car you are comfortable with and can afford, and to consider the safety features that are offered.

Your car and your safety [PDF 335Kb]

Your health and driving

Many health problems occur gradually, and can be difficult to notice. It is important to have regular check-ups with your doctor to help keep track of your health and identify any issues which might have an impact on your driving. 

Your health and driving [PDF 517Kb]