More than $18 million in grants is being awarded to support state and local transportation safety initiatives, the North Carolina Department of Transportation announced.
Grant Awarded to Help Highway Safety Initiatives Across N.C — North Carolina (11/03/2021)Source: News
Self-perceptions and Current Practices of High-risk Older Drivers: Implications for Driver Safety Interventions — North Carolina (07/01/2020)Source: Association
Comfort Keepers Senior Care Durham & Chapel Hill discusses safe driving for seniors in their video.
North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program — North Carolina (01/05/2020)Source: University
North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program created a comprehensive website related to senior driver information. This site features 3 different sections with information: Drivers, Caregivers, Professionals.
Indiana: Older Driver Information — Indiana (03/06/2019)Source: Association
DMV.com covers senior drivers in Indiana by stating that drivers up to age 75 are required to renew their license every 4 years. Drivers ages 75 to 85 can renew their license for a period of 3 years.
Indiana: Senior Driver and Mobility Services — IndianaSource: Association
Located in Indiana, Senior Driving was started to provide transportation services to seniors to help them remain independent and safe.
North Carolina: Contact and Locations for Driving Licensing — North CarolinaSource: State Department of Transportation
This website provides information for the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles for all ages. It provides information on current driving laws and regulations, obtaining a license or ID, and obtaining a driving record.
Research for Older Adult Driver Initiative ROADI — North CarolinaSource: University
The overall aim of ROADI is to make motor vehicle driving in North Carolina safe for all drivers and pedestrians.