Distraction, drugs and alcohol affect the ability to drive a car safely. Age is also a factor that leads, slowly but surely, to decline in driving ability.
The best way to deal with any car accident is to prevent it. Education campaigns, texting and drunk driving laws help deter motorists from making poor choices behind the wheel. Elderly drivers may not be aware of the poor choices they make while driving or the consequences of those choices to other motorists who share the road.
As we age, physical ability, mental agility and visual acuity decline. Older drivers may experience problems that include:
If you or a loved one experiences near-miss accidents or routinely receives traffic tickets, it may be time to consider such options as:
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