The Primary Medical Cert affects disabled drivers and passengers.
The Taoiseach says he'll investigate the conditions of eligibility for the Primary Medical Cert, which affects disabled drivers and passengers.
Leo Varadkar was presented with the case of Moate's David Digan, who lost his arm in a motorbike accident, and has repeatedly been denied access to the PMC, which provides relief from vehicle registration tax and VAT.
Laois Offaly Independent TD Carol Nolan told the Taoiseach Mr. Digan has been driven to the "brink of poverty" by the refusals.
The Fine Gael Leader says he'll review the criteria:
A midlands man, who has repeatedly been denied access to the Primary Medical Cert for disabled drivers, says he was happy with the Taoiseach's response to his situation.
Mr Digan says while he is satisfied with the response, he has heard it before and doesn't have a lot of faith this time: