The only place my husband drives is to the golf course and back, less than three miles from our house, only two turns. But as I watch him pull out of the driveway, I know it is only a matter of time before there's an accident. He can't back down the driveway without difficulty. This morning was especially bad -- I'll be inspecting his bumper and passenger side when he gets home. He ran over a stone border and scraped a dogwood tree that is a good three feet off of the driveway. He no longer understands how to direct the vehicle when backing up.
My son says I need to call the doctor and ask him to rescind his license but it seems to me there has to be something more than just my word. I know it is awful to say this, but just one documented seizure would at least get him off the road for six months. I suspect he has had some small breakthrough seizures, but nothing I can actually document.
I'd appreciate your thoughts. And yes, I've already told myself the whole "what if he runs into someone else" scenarios, so we don't need to rehash that. Can I just tell the doctor his license needs to be rescinded? He puts on such a darn good show for the doctor that I'm not sure he'd believe me.