With an aging population and more and more older adults choosing to drive longer, there are more older drivers than ever on the road. Use this Senior and Driving Guide to learn more information about driving when you age.
Seniors and Driving: A Guide — National (07/15/2021)Source: Association
Aging Drivers and the Law — National (10/03/2019)Source: Association
The Elder Law Answers’ website provides information for senior drivers and links to each state’s laws regarding restrictions and accelerated renewal periods.
Assessing Elderly Drivers: Ability Means More Than Age — National (04/08/2015)Source: Association
Edmunds.com gives information on its website on how to determine a senior’s driving ability.
Family Conversations about Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia & Driving — National (03/01/2013)Source: Association
The Hartford website is a partner with AARP and gives tips on how family members can start conversations with older drivers regarding their health and ability to continue driving.
Kansas: KS Highway Patrol's Elderly Driving Information — KansasSource: Association
Kansas Highway Patrol has information posted on its website regarding elderly driving and the cautions and concerns that come along with it.
Know When to be Concerned — NationalSource: Association
AAA gives information on things family members and caretakers should look out for when determining if a senior is still driving safely.
Driving Safety Tips for Senior Drivers — TexasSource: Association
American Safety Council published safety tips for senior drivers and senior license requirements in Texas.
Emergency Medicine and Trauma Specialist's Quick Guide for Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers — NationalSource: Association
This quick guide is the product of a cooperative agreement between the American Geriatrics Society and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and was developed in collaboration with the EAST.
NHTSA's Older Driver and Road Safety Information — NationalSource: Association
We offer materials to help seniors and their families understand how aging can affect driving and how an existing vehicle can be adapted to ensure continued safe driving.
Clinician’s Guide for Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers (Version 4) Cooperative Agreement between AGS and NHTSA — NationalSource: Association
The Clinician’s Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers, 4th Edition, is published by the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) as a service to healthcare providers involved in the care of older adults, which is free to register.