Show Notes

Discover what’s possible when you’re the one behind the wheel. 

Andrew Arboe is an autistic self-advocate and the Founder of Driving with Autism, an educational program that helps autistic individuals and their families navigate the way towards becoming a driver. Andrew is also the Director of Community Outreach of Planning Across the Spectrum. You might remember episode 59 with their Founder, Andrew Komarow. 

In today’s conversation, we discuss:

  • Andrew learning about his diagnosis

  • Andrew’s autistic strengths and how autism affects his everyday life

  • Why he decided to start Driving with Autism

  • Common barriers autistic people face when it comes to driving

  • How to limit sensory overload while driving

  • Tips for autistic drivers, including what to do if you get pulled over

  • Advice for parents whose autistic adolescents are getting ready to drive

To learn more about Andrew Arboe, please visit


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