28 Jan When Should Seniors Hang Up the Car Keys?
Remember the feeling of freedom that came when you first earned your driver’s license? Most people take that feeling for granted for decades until they “retire” from driving.
For every mile driven, elderly drivers—especially those 75 and older—pose a higher risk for being involved in a collision, according to the Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence. The risk is about equal to that of drivers 16 to 24, the center says.
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