When applying for an ACU motorcycle licence you may need a medical depending on your health, age and whether you are racing internationally. D4Drivers’ Doctors complete medicals for all ACU licences.
With over 80 clinics nationwide we offer time sensitive and cost efficient appointments to suit you.
Most people are led to believe only their own GP can carry out the ACU medical examination, meaning they have to pay over the odds and endure a near month wait. This is not the case however, any fully GMC registered Doctor can carry out the ACU medical exam. D4Drivers already complete over 5000 driver medicals a month, helping simplify the licence application and renewal process.
Our Doctor will complete your full ACU medical which consists of an eyesight test using a Snellen chart, blood pressure checks to ensure your BP meets ACU criteria, diabetes screening through urine sample, and a questionnaire regarding your medical history.
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D4Drivers will continue to provide our vital driver medical service to our customers during the current restrictions in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and our opening times are unaffected.
As we fall under the Government's list of key workers and help keep HGV and PCV drivers, as well as taxi drivers and paramedics on the road we will remain fully open throughout the restrictions as they start to ease in May 2021. You are still able to attend medical appointments during these restrictions, as confirmed by gov.uk: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-restrictions-what-you-can-and-cannot-do#healthcare-and-public-services.
All of our clinics are going ahead with additional safety precautions in place. You can feel safe in the knowledge that when you attend your appointment with D4Drivers extra precautions have been taken to ensure you are in a COVID safe environment, including regular cleaning of all surfaces and equipment and strict PPE and social distancing measures.