While I was shopping in Target last week an elderly man drove through the front of the store. The same thing had happen in the next town over the day before. So is frequent retesting the only option? If so at what age do you think it should start, or should we leave them alone?
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Agreed! That's why I like periodic testing accross the board. We notice the elderly because they reinforce a stereotype, but teens are worse than elderly, men are statistically worse than women (sorry guys, statistics don't lie), and everyone forgets
According to the DMV here in USA teens and elderly are almost tied for fatal accidents.Which doesn't even take into account young drivers drive more than elderly Sounds like maybe all drivers under 21 and over 70ish need to be retested yearly to me.
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