This report explores the health and quality-of-life impacts of crashes among older (65+) and middle-aged (40-55) occupants.
Functional Outcomes for Older Adults Injured in a Crash — National, Connecticut, Illinois (05/01/2016)Source: US Department of Transportation
Connecticut: Elderly Driving Restrictions and Mandatory Testing Requirements — Connecticut (11/22/2005)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This OLR Research Report conducted by Associate Legislative Attorney, Janet L. Kaminski, details Connecticut’s laws regarding license renewal, which at the 2005 there were no special requirements that only applied to elderly residents.
Consequences of Driving Cessation Decreased Out-of-Home Activity Levels — Connecticut, National (11/01/2000)Source: Association
This study shows how out-of-home activity decreased in seniors once they stopped driving.
Confidence In, and Self-rating Of, Driving Ability Among Older Drivers — Connecticut (05/01/1998)Source: Association
Active drivers in a representative cohort of older individuals age 77 years and older in New Haven, Connecticut were interviewed.