Driver's license renewal time including seniors will be viewed as an individual, not as part of a group. this is the time to ask yourself the tough question: Should I continue the drive?
Driver’s License Renewal Laws for Older Drivers — National (04/20/2022)Source: Association
Colorado’s City Arvada on Older Drivers — Colorado (09/18/2020)Source: Association
Colorado’s city Arvada has information on its website regarding older drivers and issues that affect them such as transportation and mobility, disabilities, low vision and aging and Alzheimer disease and related dementia.
Conversations About Driving - Plan Ahead — National (09/18/2020)Source: Association
AAA gives tips on how to plan for a discussion with a senior family member about quitting driving.
Dementia and Driving — National (09/18/2020)Source: Nonprofit Organization
The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver Center has information regarding seniors affected with dementia and Alzheimer’s and how to deal with their desire to drive.
Texas: Denton County's Transit Blog Hop on Board — Texas (09/16/2020)Source: Association
A transit blog for Denton County, North Texas transportation.
Texas: Capital MetroBlog — Texas (09/16/2020)Source: Association
Captial MetroBlog is published by the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Austin, Texas.
Rhode Island: License Renewal — Rhode Island (09/14/2020)Source: State Department of Transportation
Rhode Island’s Division of Motor Vehicles website states that residents 75 years of age and older licenses are valid for two years.
Rides In Sight — National (09/14/2020)Source: Association
Rides in Sight provides a national database to search for transportation options available to seniors anywhere in the U.S.
Maryland: The Senior Connection of Montgomery County — Maryland (01/01/2020)Source: Association
This non-profit organization in Montgomery County, Maryland provides free rides to seniors and persons with disabilities, with service provided by hundreds of volunteers.
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.