Video-tips for Safe Driving

Video-tips for Safe Driving Video-tips for Safe Driving

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words which is why we have designed this section so that, in a very visual way, you can clear up all those queries you may have about an illness or medication and its consequences for driving, or about how to prevent accidents. If you prefer advice by video, our experts will tell you everything you need to know in a clear, simple and direct way. If what you prefer is a graphic format in which all the information appears at a single glance and you are able to download or print it then visit our infographics section.

Senile dementia Senile dementia play

Senile dementia

It affects the ability to reason, character, behavior and, therefore, the ability to drive.

Approximate duration: 3 minutes 32 seconds

Diabetes and driving Diabetes and driving play

Diabetes and driving

Diabetes does not interfere with driving, although you must remain highly aware of any symptoms you might be experiencing of conditions like hypoglycemia, for example. Follow these recommendations closely.

Approximate duration: 2 minutes 56 seconds

Sleep Apnoea/Hypopnoea Syndrome (SAHS) Sleep Apnoea/Hypopnoea Syndrome (SAHS) play

Sleep Apnoea

Sleep Apnoea/Hypopnoea Syndrome (SAHS) refers to epidodes of interrupted breathing during the night which can lead to tiny breaks in the sleep cycle and consequently daytime drowsiness.

Approximate duration: 4 minutes 15 seconds

Amaxophobia Amaxophobia play

Amaxophobia

Fear of driving is known as amaxophobia and, like all phobias, can be treated. Here we give you a few tips.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 54 seconds

Parkinson Parkinson play

Parkinson’s disease

We offer some recommendations if you’re in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease and wish to carry on driving.

Approximate duration: 4 minutes 13 seconds

Pregnancy symptoms and safe driving Pregnancy symptoms and safe driving play

Pregnancy symptoms and safe driving

In the first trimester of pregnancy you can experience a range of symptoms such as drowsiness or nausea. You need to bear these in mind for safe driving.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 26 seconds

Traveling when pregnant Traveling when pregnant play

Traveling when pregnant

Can I travel while I’m pregnant? There’s no reason why not. The safest place to travel is in the seat behind the driver… visit our site for more advice

Approximate duration: 1 minute 52 seconds

Getting to hospital when in labor Getting to hospital when in labor play

Getting to hospital when in labor

What’s the best way of getting to hospital when a woman has started labor? Here we clarify any doubts you might have in this respect.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 48 seconds

Going home with your new baby Going home with your new baby play

Going home with your new baby

You’ve just had a baby. What’s the safest way of getting him or her back home?

Approximate duration: 2 minutes 34 seconds

Bronchitis and driving Bronchitis and driving play

Bronchitis and driving

Advice to increase the safety of drivers who smoke and have bronchitis.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 51 seconds

Cardiovascular disease and driving Cardiovascular disease and driving play

Cardiovascular disease

Advice for people with cardiovascular disease and the influence of their illness and its treatment on driving.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 50 seconds

Anaemia Anaemia play

Anaemia

Anaemia can cause tiredness, fatigue, headaches and impaired concentration. It’s important to check with your doctor whether you should be driving or not.

Approximate duration: 54 seconds

Medications and driving Medications and driving play

Medications and driving

Advice on the treatment of diseases with medications and their influence on driving.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 32 seconds

Migraines Migraines play

Migraines

Advice on safe driving in the event of the symptoms or progression of migraine.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 16 seconds

Sinusitis Sinusitis play

Sinusitis

Sinusitis is a common disorder but its symptoms can affect driving as it impairs concentration on the road.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 08 seconds

Obesity Obesity play

Obesity

Advice to increase the safety of drivers who are overweight or obese and suffering from their associated diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 32 seconds

Suitable footwear for motorcycles and mopeds Suitable footwear for motorcycles and mopeds play

Suitable footwear for motorcycles and mopeds

Using the right footwear on these types of vehicles is essential for driver protection.

Approximate duration: 1 minute

Flu Flu play

Flu

Do you know whether flu symptoms affect your driving? And what about their treatment? Here are some tips.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 22 seconds

Diabetes Diabetes play

Diabetes

Advice on the symptoms of hypoglycemia at the wheel and what actions to take to increase road safety.

Approximate duration: 2 minutes 37 seconds

Eyesight Eyesight play

Eyesight

Advice on looking after your eyes to enhance your safety when driving.

Approximate duration: 2 minutes 10 seconds

The pregnant The pregnant play

Traveling when pregnant

Can I travel while I’m pregnant? There’s no reason why not. The safest place to travel is in the seat behind the driver… visit our site for more advice.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 35 seconds

Allergies Allergies play

Allergies

Advice on increasing safety with regard to the symptoms and treatments of allergies.

Approximate duration: 1 minute 33 seconds

Footwear and safe driving Footwear and safe driving play

Footwear and safe driving

Comfortable, flexible shoes with good heel support and rubber soles. Are YOU using the right shoes for driving?

Approximate duration: 1 minute 03 seconds