The Motor Sport Association (MSA) license requires that driver must be examined by a Doctor confirming that he is fit to compete and not a danger to himself or other competitors. Ready2drive medical experts specialise in these medicals and we provide this service at all of our clinics.
Make sure that you bring relevant form with you and have filled section 1 & 2 in full beforehand. The Medical Expert will perform the medical examination and fill section 3 of the form. This will include an eye test, urine analysis for diabetes, blood pressure test and questions surrounding your medical history. Please note that this medical is without ECG test. Please check with your relevant licensing authority If ECG is required and if it does than please contact our office before booking on …..
How to Book an appointment?
To find clinics close to you and to check available slots, please check our clinic locations.
To book an appoint either call us on 0161-975-4947 and our dedicated staff will be only pleased to help you or to book on-line click on Book an appointment.
What documents you must bring with you for your medical?
Please note that for a Motor sport medical you need to bring following documents with you. Without them medical expert will not be able to complete your medical form and you may need another appointment
- Photographic identification
- Relevant MSA form. Link to Download Form
- Your glasses (if worn)
- Your most recent glasses prescription (if worn)
- Your list of medications
- A urine sample (should we not give an idea as to where they can get a relevant container?)
What to Expect on the day of examination?
A routine medical examination roughly takes about 15 minutes; however, it may take longer depending on your medical history. We advise that you allow at least 1 hour for the appointment On the day at the clinic you will be greeted by a Ready2drive medical expert who will
- Check your identification
- Take a Blood pressure measurement
- Perform an eye test with and without glasses
- List on the form any medication you’re currently taking
- List on the form any hospital consultant you see regularly
- Document your height, weight, smoking and alcohol history (To assist expert it will be helpful if you can bring a note of your most recent weight and height with you)
- Ask questions about your medical history and document it on the form
- Perform Urine analysis
What happens after examination?
The completed Medical form must be posted/delivered to the relevant licensing authority by yourself.