Learn about CarFit and having your car "fit" you as you age.
Keeping Your Mobility With CarFit — National (02/11/2021)Source: News
How to Use Rideshare Apps — National (02/01/2021)Source: News
Learn to use a rideshare app to help cut down on your driving.
Starting the Conversation—Your Loved Ones Driving — National (02/01/2021)Source: News
As a loved one to an older driver, you have an important task ahead. Start a conversation about safe driving with your older loved one.
Planning Your Driving and Transportation Plan into the New Year 2021 — National (01/01/2021)Source: News
Do you know what your driving transportation plan looks like yet? Let ChORUS help you decide.
Give The Gift of Safety — National (12/29/2020)Source: News
Changing one's driving habits can be difficult, but you as a loved one of an older driver, can have a major impact on their safety on the road.
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.
Traffic Tech: Technology Transfer Series — National (04/01/2017)Source: US Department of Transportation
As the driving population continues to age, medical conditions and associated impairments affecting driving abilities will become more prevalent, and State driver licensing agencies are likely to see driver medical reviews.
GEM: New Driving Mobility Video Aims to Boost Safety for Older Drivers — National (07/06/2016)Source: Association
The video follows a senior driver through the initial consultation and pre-drive assessment and out onto the road, where he drives a pre-arranged route covering various road types.
Challenges of Older Drivers’ Adoption of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Autonomous Vehicles — National (06/21/2016)Source: Nonprofit Organization
The personal vehicle is increasingly the preferred mode of travel for aging adults. There are greater numbers of older drivers on the roads driving more miles than ever before.
Automatic Emergency Braking Systems Are About to Be Everywhere — District of Columbia (05/01/2016)Source: Association
NHTSA predicts that most automakers’ acceptance of the challenge will make AEB standard on new cars three years faster than could be achieved through the formal regulatory process. And the feature could be arriving sooner than 2022.