DMV.com covers senior drivers in Indiana by stating that drivers up to age 75 are required to renew their license every 4 years. Drivers ages 75 to 85 can renew their license for a period of 3 years.
Indiana: Older Driver Information — Indiana (03/06/2019)Source: Association
Arkansas: Senior Drivers — Arkansas (03/06/2019)Source: Association
DMV.com details the license renewal process for senior drivers in the state of Arkansas.
Cognitive Impairment Traffic Contact — National (01/01/2019)Source: Nonprofit Organization
Watch steps an officer takes in identifying an aging driver with cognitive impairments, how to call a family members, and how to make a referral to the DMV.
Simple Maze Test May ID At-Risk Older Drivers — National (08/08/2018)Source: US Department of Transportation
Simple Maze Test May ID At-Risk Older Drivers
Could CarFit Be a Good Fit For You? — National (03/19/2018)Source: Association
Carfit is a free educational program developed in collaboration with AAA, AARP, and the American Occupational Therapy Association that promotes safe driving and mobility among older drivers.
Preserving the Mobility and Safety of Older Americans — National (03/13/2018)Source: Nonprofit Organization
This report from TRIP, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that conducts technical research related to surface transportation, provides key data related to older driver safety and discusses strategies for improving safety.
Preserving the Mobility and Safety of Older Americans — National (03/01/2018)Source: Association
This report from TRIP, and details a number of strategies for designing safer roads for seniors.
Ohio’s Multidisciplinary Approach to Improving Safety for Aging Citizens — Ohio (03/01/2018)Source: Association
This article from the ITE Journal discusses how the Ohio Department of Transportation has collaborated with occupational therapists to develop a comprehensive approach to older driver safety.
Before You Give Up the Keys: Create a Roadmap for Transportation Independence — National (01/22/2018)Source: Association
This booklet provides action steps and resources for those making the decision about whether to continue driving.
Older Driver Safety Awareness Week: Dec. 4-8, 2017 — National (12/08/2017)Source: Association
AOTA's Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, December 4–8, 2017, aims to promote understanding of the importance of mobility and transportation to ensuring older adults remain active in the community