The ChORUS Older Driver Transportation Planning Tool guides you through the steps of developing your transportation plan. Starting early allows you to map out your needs, identify and explore your options for alternate transportation modes in your area, and plan for continuing a full and active life whether you are driving or not. Be sure to talk with your doctor to understand how changes in your medical conditions and/or medications might impact driving. Also, family members, friends, and caregivers can help you think about how to best meet all your transportation needs.
ChORUS Older Driver Transportation Planning Tool — National (10/09/2020)Source: US Department of Transportation
Compendium of Traffic Safety Research Projects (1985-2013) — National (01/01/2014)Source: US Department of Transportation
Brief summaries of research on alcohol-involved driving, drug-involved driving, occupant protection (e.g., seat belts, and child safety seats), speed and other unsafe driving behaviors.
DriveSharp — NationalSource: Association
The program, DriveSharp, provides engaging brain-training exercises that can be completed in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
Plan For The Road Ahead — NationalSource: Association
How’s My Driving? — MichiganSource: State Department of Transportation
Simple tips for maintaining driving skills provided by the state of Michigan.
Idaho: Senior Licensing Laws — IdahoSource: Association
AAA outline’s the state of Idaho’s senior licensing laws including frequent renewals and limited renewal options at 70 and older.
Maine: Driving Laws for Seniors and Older Drivers — MaineSource: Association
Drivers are required to renew their licenses every six years in the state of Louisiana, according to AAA.com. They are also required to complete a vision test at every in-person renewal.