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Can blind people drive?

This question has been asked for many years, and the answer is yes! The only difference between driving a car with sight and without sight is that the blind person will have to rely on their other senses.

If you are interested in learning more about this topic, please read on. The first thing that a blind person needs to do is get their driver’s license. It may be difficult, but it can be done with practice and training.

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The best way for them to learn how to drive without sight is by going on the road behind the wheel of an instructor car who will guide them through every step.

Once they are ready, they should head out onto public roads while relying solely on verbal commands and feedback from their passenger or driving partner.

When learning how to drive a vehicle with no vision, there are other things one needs besides just good hearing skills in order to have success such as being able to navigate obstacles like sudden lane shifts or large trucks approaching from behind fast-moving vehicles at intersections; identify traffic signs.

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