Can I learn driving or sit for the practical test when I am pregnant?

Modified on Fri, 19 Jan 2024 at 12:15 PM

You can learn to drive and sit for practical tests with the approval from your gynaecologist. 

Your gynaecologist must certify that you are fit for practical lessons, including emergency brake. Please bring along the doctor’s memo for every practical lesson.

For Traffic Police Practical Test, you are required to present the most recent Doctor’s memo which shall be valid for Two (02) months stating down the information as below: 


  1. Date issued 
  2. Attention: To Whom It May Concern
  3. Patient’s name
  4. Patient’s NRIC No.
  5. To certify that the learner is pregnant and FIT for driving lessons, practical driving test including emergency brake (Important: exemption for any driving manoeuvres will not be considered)
  6. Doctor’s signature and company stamp.

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