Welcome to Speed Of Sight Charity

Our charity hosts driving days for disabled adults and children, their families and friends, inspiring self-confidence, social interaction, physical and mental wellbeing throughout the UK.

Driving Day Testimonial

Open quotation mark.Its just the most remarkable experience! Anybody? Anywhere? If you know somebody who can benefit from this experience. This will change people's lives!Close quotation mark.
Ben Shepherd Track Day Participant and Good Morning Britain Host Ben Shepherd Watch now

How You Can Make a Difference

We rely upon the generosity of people who donate or fundraise. Your donation will go towards giving a disabled person access to one of our driving days. Donate Today.




Make a Donation

Give a disabled person the gift of a driving day they will never forget by making a donation to Speed Of Sight via our www.make-a-donation.org page. Watch our testimonials to see how your donation can give a disabled person the drive of their life.

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Upcoming Disabled Driving Days

We run events throughout the year giving disabled people and their families the opportunity to experience the thrill of driving one of our custom made duel controlled cars. New events are added all the time. Take a look at the links below to find out more, or visit our events page.

  • Track Day Venue

    Trafford Centre June 2018

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  • Track Day Venue

    Teesside Autodrome Track Event

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facebook image On Thursday we had another amazing day at the intu Trafford Centre, We cannot thank them enough for their continued support and allowing us to use the facilities they have available. On Thursday we had another amazing day at the intu Trafford Centre, We cannot thank them enough for their continued support and allowing us to use the facilities they have available.

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facebook image The sun is shining for our track event here at intu Trafford Centre. If you don't know what we're all about, pop down and say hi! We're in the overflow carpark at the John Lewis end x The sun is shining for our track event here at intu Trafford Centre. If you don't know what we're all about, pop down and say hi! We're in the overflow carpark at the John Lewis end x

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We would like to congratulate one of our instructors davie on getting engaged! Please read his amazing story!! We would like to congratulate one of our instructors davie on getting engaged! Please read his amazing story!!

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My name is Aneeba I am 27 years old. I have a rare genetic condition called bbs which effects every part of my body especially my vision as I am visually impaired but registered blind since 2010. On the 4th June, in association with Birmingham Vision, I took part in my first ever blind driving experience event which was run by Speed Of Sight Charity as I wanted to have the experience of what it would be like driving a car. When it was my turn I felt a bit nervous as I didn’t know if I would enjoy it?? But you know what, I really enjoyed it as I have a fantastic instructor to support me by telling me when to go right when to go left and many more as I wanted to show people that you shouldn’t let your disability stop you from achieving your dreams and goals in life. As you can see I don’t let bbs stop me from achieving my dreams and goals in life!!! I can’t wait to do it again in September because it was a fantastic achievement and I would like to thank John and the team from Speed Of Sight and Luke from Birmingham Vision for making my dreams come true of doing this experience. My name is Aneeba I am 27 years old. I have a rare genetic condition called bbs which effects every part of my body especially my vision as I am visually impaired but registered blind since 2010. On the 4th June, in association with Birmingham Vision, I took part in my first ever blind driving experience event which was run by Speed Of Sight Charity as I wanted to have the experience of what it would be like driving a car. When it was my turn I felt a bit nervous as I didn’t know if I would enjoy it?? But you know what, I really enjoyed it as I have a fantastic instructor to support me by telling me when to go right when to go left and many more as I wanted to show people that you shouldn’t let your disability stop you from achieving your dreams and goals in life. As you can see I don’t let bbs stop me from achieving my dreams and goals in life!!! I can’t wait to do it again in September because it was a fantastic achievement and I would like to thank John and the team from Speed Of Sight and Luke from Birmingham Vision for making my dreams come true of doing this experience.

Speed Of Sight Charity shared a video 2 weeks ago
#TBT #ThrowBackThursday to when Ben, a tetraplegic, came to drive at Three Sisters Circuit 😍 Link #TBT #ThrowBackThursday to when Ben, a tetraplegic, came to drive at Three Sisters Circuit 😍 Link

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facebook image Today we had our very first event at the intu Merry Hill. We had an amazing day with good weather, and some even more amazing guest drivers with some amazing stories! We are driving the difference in peoples lives. Today we had our very first event at the intu Merry Hill. We had an amazing day with good weather, and some even more amazing guest drivers with some amazing stories! We are driving the difference in peoples lives.

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My first ever blind driving experience event My first ever blind driving experience event

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My first ever blind driving experience event My first ever blind driving experience event

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facebook image My first ever blind driving experience event My first ever blind driving experience event

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Thank you Tony Robinson from Driving Lessons 4 U Thank you Tony Robinson from Driving Lessons 4 U

Speed Of Sight Charity shared a video 3 weeks ago
First track day at intu Merry Hill - thanks for having us! First track day at intu Merry Hill - thanks for having us!

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facebook image *THOUGHTS PLEASE* What do you think when you see something like this on a restaurant menu? Do you think it's a bit pushy? Do you think an extra pound on top of what you're paying for the meal isn't going to hurt? Does it reflect badly on the charity? Or something else? Xx *THOUGHTS PLEASE* What do you think when you see something like this on a restaurant menu? Do you think it's a bit pushy? Do you think an extra pound on top of what you're paying for the meal isn't going to hurt? Does it reflect badly on the charity? Or something else? Xx

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Standout Supporter

Standout Supporter

Where do we start with Matt? An absolute gent who has been invaluable to the charity since day one. Such a kind hearted, generous and modest man for whom nothing is too much trouble. He has helped the charity in more ways than we can simply list and we are privileged to have him amongst our incredible ambassadors. Quite simply a wonderful person.