This study was done to determine if crash rates would lessen after post-license education in senior drivers.
Crash Risk of Older Drivers After Attending a Mature Driver Education Program — National (11/01/2007)Source: Association
Senior Drivers Less Likely Than Youngest Drivers To Cause Accidents, Study Finds — National (07/23/2007)Source: Association
Drivers 65 and older are just 1/3 as likely as drivers 15 to 24 to cause auto accidents, and not much more likely than drivers 25 to 64 to cause accidents.
Senior Drivers Aren’t Unsafe Drivers — National (07/19/2007)Source: Association
The article follows up with information on a new study that “found that drivers aged 65 and older are only about 16 percent likelier to cause a crash than drivers aged 25 to 64.”
Evaluation of Two Assessment Tools in Predicting Driving Ability of Senior Drivers — National (03/01/2007)Source: Association
To evaluate Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test (MVPT) and Clock Drawing Task (clock test) as quick assessment tools in predicting driving capability of senior drivers for an on-road driving test.