We are thankful to provide our services to you. 




We are thankful to have your guidance throughout the process of getting this new van. It was great to have you train me to drive my first van 13 years ago and now for my second van.

Thank you for making sure that all my needs were being met. We appreciate you working so closely with us to resolve all the little and big issues that came up. We know that we are in good hands when we work with you.

Thank you again for all your hard work to make this possible.

Brad D.
May 2010


Dear Mr. Armour,

I would like to thank you and Assistive Driving Services for your support in making my dream of driving a reality!

It has been a blessing knowing such a person as yourself. A person I have come to see as a God sent angel, giving the disabled the freedom of independence.

Scott, you will always be in my prayers of best wishes!

Thank God, for the blessing!

Micheal R.

February 2010



My name is John, and I live in Evansville, Indiana. I am 43 years old and have been driving for about a year and a half. I never thought I would be able to drive, but thanks to the bioptic lens and Assistive Driving Services, I do.

I can’t say bioptic driving would be good for everyone. I did a lot of soul-searching as I went through the training. I was not just looking to pass, I wanted to make sure I could be safe on the road. For me, it came down to one day. I drove about 125 miles in the rain one day. Towards the end of the day, I came through a construction zone in a pouring rain. I looked back on that day and thought if I could see OK in those conditions, I could see enough to drive.

If you’re nervous going into the training, that’s a good thing because it’s not something to take lightly, but I would highly recommend it. Scott at Assistive Driving Services did a great job in working with me. I trusted him to keep me safe as I learned, and he did.

John N.

May 2008


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