We know that older drivers are the most likely to buckle up, and the least likely to drive distracted or impaired by alcohol. When it comes to safe and responsible behaviors on the road, you just can't get better than this age group. But all drivers, passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists could use a refresher once in a while, and in this section, we've gathered some of the very best resources from leading names like AAA and AARP that offer rules-of-the-road reminders, driving tips, and more. This is a great place to look for quick advice to keep you as informed and attentive on the road as possible.

Resources

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association website has information and links to various organizations that offer senior driving safety...

The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists’ website shows that senior have lower fatal crash rates, but are at a higher risk for...

This CDC podcast features Rebecca Naumann, MPH, an epidemiologist from CDC’s Injury Center, talking about steps older adults can take to stay safe on...

Keeping Us Safe’s blog provides solutions to older drivers and their families.

Montgomery County has launched “Explore Older Driver Resources,” a new webpage for older residents and their families. The page includes information...

AAA’s Mature Driver Safety Course is available online and passing the online course can reduce insurance premiums for up to three years in most...

This AAA report was presented at the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators Annual (AAMVA) International Conference...

The publication entitled A Roadmap for Driving Later in Life.

The Missouri Road Coalition met to address elderly driver safety. During the meeting, risks of seniors on the road were discussed, as well as, it...

Consumer Reports reported on its website 10 tips to keep seniors safe while driving. Monitoring health, avoiding distractions and adjust your fit to...

The American Occupational Therapy Association presents several myths and realities about older drivers in order to educate the public on what’s true...

The National Institute on Aging has crafted an “Age Page” brochure in .pdf form that includes information for seniors to take into account before...

The National Older Driver Research & Training Center’s mission is to help ensure that seniors are safe on the road. The organization has a...

NHTSA encourages older drivers and their families to talk about driving safety. We offer materials to help seniors and their families understand how...

National Center on Senior Transportation's website gives statistics on older drivers and offers links to programs and resources to assist older...

The National Sheriffs’ Association website has several links for those interested in older driver safety. There’s information in PowerPoint format (...

This film discusses UC San Diego Health System’s Older Drivers Program and medical assessments that can be done to ensure that an older driver is...

This website is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Bureau of Driver Licensing. This .pdf gives seniors driving alternatives...

This is an updated version of the free Roadwise Review educational and self-screening program that covers age-related changes in functional abilities...

The Safe and Mobile Seniors is Florida's comprehensive website for aging residents on how to continue mobility whether it's driving or transitioning...

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