Transportation no driving

We love to drive. The average American over 65 drives over 7,600 miles per year (which is less than the average American at 13,000 miles per year, but still an impressive amount). Our personal vehicles can feel like our lifeline—they give us access to medical care, daily errands, recreation, and social events. But as we…

older drivers

When shopping for cars, senior citizens should look for features that are friendly to an aging body and eyes. Many older people have limitations that affect their flexibility, but not their ability to drive. With this in mind, senior-friendly cars are easy to get in and out of, have extra safety features and controls with…

By Cheryl Theriault Because everyone is different and ages differently, there is no one answer to this question. Studies show that older drivers are safer drivers than those age 16 – 19. After a driver reaches 75 years of age, their crash rate per mile driven and fatality rate increases. The number of drivers 70…