Transportation and Driving Services

Community Drivers:

Archway Community Services 604-859-7681

Provides rides to medical and therapy appointments. Run by volunteers


Abbotsford & Mission 604-855-0080
Chilliwack 604-795-5121
Langley/Surrey/White Rock/Aldergrove 604-575-6600
Register first at Access Transit 778-452-2860

Driver Rehabilitation and Testing:

Access Driver Rehab Specialists 604-263-5218

CBI Health Group Toll-free 1-800-463-2225

Community Therapists “Functional Driving Evaluation” 604-681-9293
Driver Rehabilitation conducted by OTs in partnership with Physician, driving instructor and the Driver Fitness Program

Drivefit Insight Driving Toll-free 1-888-475-4666

Driver Rehabilitation Program George Pearson Centre/GF Strong 604-322-8335

Offers in-clinic assessments, on-road assessments, on-road rehabilitation, lessons and vehicle/equipment assessments.

Functional Independence Therapy (FIT) Consultants 604-263-5286
Offers adapted driving assessments, low vision driving assessments, equipment consultations, on-road lessons, Province-wide mobile service

Holy Family Hospital Driver Rehabilitation Program 604-322-2617

Offers driver screening, driving assessments and lessons. Serves Vancouver area.
JR Rehab Services 604-254-0444
Toll-free 1-844-254-0444

Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC) 604-661-2800

Driver Licensing Centre/General Enquiries Toll-free 1-800-663-3051
Driver Licensing Services Toll–free 1-800-950-1498
Road Test Booking Line 1-888-715-7775

Road Safety BC/Superintendent of Motor Vehicles 250-387-7747
Toll-free 1-855-387-7747
Toll-Free through Enquiry BC 1-800-663-7867

Information on driving after brain injury and service providers, navigating ICBC’s system.

The cognitive, emotional and physical changes associated with brain injury can affect a person’s driving ability. Problems with attention, concentration, judgment, problem solving, decision-making and speed of information processing can all lead to unsafe driving practices.

Noise and sights may cause distraction, irritation and/or agitation. Physical changes may affect the ability to control a vehicle, and reflexes and reaction times may be slower. Poor visual/auditory and perceptual skills also have an effect on a person’s ability to drive safely. When these problems occur, a comprehensive driving evaluation by a driver rehabilitation specialist can assist with determination of safe driving potential.

BC Driver Rehab Programs are best for clients who have a goal and potential to resume driving.  The goal of Driver Rehab is to assist clients to resume driving, offering assessments, lessons, compensatory strategies and vehicle modification (if needed) to enable participation in Driving as an Activity of Daily Living.  (FIT Consultants)

***Drive Able Programs are best for clients who have dementia, progressive cognitive conditions with memory impairments (not clients with TBI or visual and /or physical impairments).  (FIT Consultants)


BC Ferries Toll-free 1-888-223-3779

Bus Passes for seniors and persons with disabilities Toll-free 1-866-866-0800

MSP Automated Service (Travel Assistance Program) Toll-free 1-800-661-2668
All Medical Service Plan (MSP) subscribers are eligible for free passenger fare for the patient and escort (physician approved)

Northern Thunderbird Air (Vancouver) Toll-free 1-866-232-9211

VIA Rail Toll-free 1-888-842-7245

Physician-approved escort travels free.