This guide will help you, as a family member or friend, know when and how to get involved in an older person’s decision on whether they should modify their driving routine, or if they should no longer drive.
Helping Older Drivers Stay Safe: A Guide for Family & Friends — PennsylvaniaSource: State Department of Transportation
Washington: Safe driving for seniors — District of ColumbiaSource: Association
Washington State Department of Licensing resource for older drivers.
Reading the Road — NationalSource: Association
Expert tips on how to read and interpret road signs, signals, markings and more.
How Caregivers Can Keep Elderly Drivers Safe — NationalSource: Association
WebMD has published a list of things caregivers can do to keep elderly drivers safe.
Wyoming: Guide to Assessment & Counseling of Older Drivers — WyomingSource: Nonprofit Organization
Summary of Wyoming policies and regulations for older driver licensing
NHTSA’s Aging Gracefully Driving Safely Assessment — NationalSource: US Department of Transportation
NHTSA has created a guide filled with information on how seniors can drive safely.
Resources for Law Enforcement Professionals: Older Driver Safety Awareness Week 2022 — NationalSource: Association
ChORUS offers a wealth of resources that promote older driver safety. We have curated lists to provide the perfect starting point for exploring resources, materials, and tools specific to you
Florida: Tampa Bay's Go Hart Public Transportation — FloridaSource: Association
What's new, what's happening, and what's to come in Tampa Bay public transportation.
Road to Zero: Doubling Down on What Works — NationalSource: Nonprofit Organization
The Doubling Down on What Works is a working group of the Road to Zero Coalition has created a clearinghouse for resources.
Illinois: The Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District Blog — IllinoisSource: Association
The Champaign-Urbana, Illinois Mass Transit District blog.