Wise move.I had to get a driver for my car after 46 yrs of diabetes back in 2008. It has taken part of my vision, the feeling in my feet is almost non exsistant. A bad heart added to my decision. I still own the car but have Jok Nicholson (of DRO) drive it. I still get to watch it go down the track at least.
I don't have diabetes , but I work in health care and deal with alot of diabetic patients. People I know who have diabetes have had great success with the insulin pumps. It is a much better way to keep you sugar regulated as opposed to doing injections. Keeping your blood sugar at a consistent level will help prevent some of the complications associated with diabetes.