Complete a self assessment

Holders of a car licence who are aged over 75 and have not already had a medical condition recorded, must complete an annual self assessment of their fitness to drive. A notification is sent around the time of the licence holder’s birthday.

Those who have already had a medical condition recorded must submit a certificate of fitness completed by a medical practitioner.

Self assessments can be completed online if you have a mySAGOV account. Create an account if you don't already have one.

Using the form

Fill in Part A of the form you received in the post or download a copy - Medical fitness self assessment form.

If you answer 'yes' or 'unsure' to any question, you must take the form to a medical practitioner and have them complete the rest of the form.


Scan your completed self assessment and email it to

All pages including the front page of the self assessment must be scanned.

In person

Submit your self assessment in person at a Service SA customer service centre.


Post the completed self assessment to:

Service SA
GPO Box 1533
Adelaide SA 5001

Contact Service SA


Only send general enquiries online. Service SA will respond within three working days.

If the matter is urgent or is specifically about your current licence or registration, phone or visit a customer service centre instead.

Enquire now


Call Service SA between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays:

In person

Service SA Customer Service Centre locations and opening hours.

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