Senior adults need to determine when driving is no longer an option

It’s hard to accurately assess yourself when the consequences are losing some of your independence. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY's
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Please read the rules before joining the discussion. ThinkFirst releases 10 safety resolutions for 2017 (Photo: ThinkFirst) While most seniors are capable of driving and have a lifetime of experience going for them, at some point the natural progression of aging may put them – and others on the road – at risk. Instead of putting family or friends in the uncomfortable position of addressing the issue of when it’s time to give up the car keys, senior adults can self-assess their ability with the “Driving Safely While Aging Gracefully” information on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website. Read more here >>>

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