Drivers who are 70+ have fewer accidents than men between 17 and 21.
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Giving up driving when you get older can have serious health outcomes.
Not even having kids in the car will stop them from answering a call from the office.
While most doctors agree that people with moderate to severe dementia should not take the wheel, in the early stages, the medical consensus is that driving performance should be the determining factor of when to stop driving, not the disease itself.
As we live longer, we are driving longer. But we are not always driving as safely as we once did. Vision weakens over time
Alternative transportation services vary widely by community, so what's available to your mom will depend on where she lives. Here's what you should know.
Good news: There are several easy habits all drivers can incorporate to keep that mental and physical health in check behind the wheel.