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An_204916 posted:
I was wondering, for those who have full use and motor control of their arms/legd, if it has been necessary to change your driving or stop? I still drive and am cleared to drive, but I can see how the fatigue could impact it. Thanks
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lepman responded:
As for myself,I am so off balance and dizzy 24/7, there is no possible way I could or should drive. I just wonder when they will take that away from me? I especially miss Ridding My Motorcycle, nothing like an early morning ride with a group of friends.


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