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Never Heard of Driving Phobia?
Trying to overcome fear of driving a car is no joke, as those who suffer from driving phobia often find themselves in a debilitating downward spiral of diminishing ability to cope with the task of driving a car on a road. This affects so many other areas of life, making it all the more miserable to live with.
Driving phobia sufferers will often not realise their road anxiety symptoms are shared by hundreds of thousands of other phobic drivers all over the world.
Treatment of Driving Phobia,
Anxiety and Road Fear
The primary purpose of this website is to provide information about an opportunity we provide for you to overcome fear of driving a car. It also offers support to those who are affected by road fear.
If driving phobia has diminished your ability to function normally as a driver on certain road types, or you are affected by mild anxiety, you have come to the right place.
Do not be concerned if you do not see all of your road fear symptoms here, as we can’t list them all. Road Anxiety takes on many forms, and of course every person is different.
Just be assured, though, that road fear is not a sign of madness, as it is a real condition and is actually incredibly common.
Raising Awareness of Driving
Phobia and Road Fear
This website also gives you an insight into the causes of driving phobia and road anxiety, and may prevent others from becoming affected.
Don’t ever think that drivers with road anxiety are mad or they are freaks, because they are not. They are normal, rational, intelligent and very worthwhile people, and driving phobia, road anxiety or road fear isn’t the way they chose to be.
The way driving phobia chooses its victims is as indiscriminate as suffering a stroke, cancer or a heart attack. It can happen to anyone at any time.
Greater public awareness can mean those who are battling with their driving related phobia or anxiety issues need not feel so victimised by the rest of the motoring population.