Life is full of secrets and retirement is no different. Whether it’s disguising one’s physical abilities, bad habits, personal schedule, or financial status, retirement may be masking a variety of things during new and existing retirees’ golden years, including:
1) Driving Capacity
As people move closer to retirement, it’s not uncommon for their vision to decline. Prescription lenses, reading glasses and eye surgery do allow many people to fend off the natural effects of aging, but many retirees are hiding the fact that they shouldn’t be driving, particularly when it comes to night driving, when glaring headlights, dim or inconsistent street lights, and the varying colors of lane stripes can complicate depth perception, which can lead to accidents.