Driving is an important part of everyday life to maintain independence, autonomy, and quality of life1,2. It is important for individuals to think about how their motor and non-motor symptoms,and medication side effects and timing,could impair driving ability1–3 . A doctor can best advise an individual on whether they are fit to drive1,3. Using special mobility equipment or driving cars with more space, power steering or automatic functions can make driving easier for people with Parkinson’s1. There are also legal and/or insurance obligations to consider1.