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7Seniors Ready For Tougher Driving Laws To Protect Them From Themselves

Older Americans support regulations that require renewing their license in person and passing a medical screening

New research indicates that older folks understand that there's a concern about their safety as drivers, and suggests they are willing to accept measures that could potentially keep them off the highways.

189Rehabilitation Helps Older Drivers Keep Their Keys

Driving rehabilitation offers seniors a chance behind the wheel again

Worrying about an elderly family member driving can be stressful, but as The New York Times reported there are alternatives to hiding the keys.

47British study suggests that older drivers are safer drivers

Contrary to the findings of the Japanese Metropolitan Police, a new study has just been released in Britain which suggests that older drivers are not dangerous on the roads. The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) data shows that older drivers actually become less of a risk than drivers under the age of thirty. Unfortunately, though, drivers over the age of seventy are more likely to be seriously injured when they do get into an accident. Neil Greig, director of the IAM Motoring Trust suggests

114Tokyo Metropolitan Police urges elderly drivers to give up their licenses

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police have begun a campaign urging elderly drivers to "have the courage to give up your license," according to a message on its website. This effort is in response to the mounting accident rates of Japan's rapidly aging population. Over the past six years, the overall number of accidents has declined in Japan by 20 percent while accidents involving drivers over the age of 70 have skyrocketed by 35 percent. Elderly drivers are being offered various discounts and perks from

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