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

This article explains that contrary to popular belief, seniors actually want to see tougher rules in place for older drivers.

ABC News covers senior driving and discusses mental and physical agility as being key factors in safety. An 89-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s...

Capital News Service Maryland covered Older Driver Awareness Week and the Mid-Atlantic Automobile Club’s promotion of safe driving for senior...

HealthDay reports that older drivers aren’t as risky on the road as people tend to think. The article follows up with information on a new study that...

This article published by AAA promotes tougher driving laws for senior drivers. It provides information on drivers of mature age who promote a...

Judge Freddrenna M. Lyle, a traffic judge, gives her perspective on senior drivers based on trials she has mitigated.

Julie Lee, Vice President and National Director of AARP Driver Safety, discusses nine important summer driving tips on this podcast.

Bold City Media speaks with a CarFit representative who explains the company’s senior driving program and finding a vehicle best suited for the...

GracefulAging.com has several videos about senior driver safety on its website. Topics of the videos range from ensuring that your car fits you to...

David Wallace, the Traffic Safety Guy, discusses seniors being proactive in their driving safety and understanding their limitations behind the wheel...

Newscaster Conn Jackson speaks with MIT AgeLab’s Dr. Liza D’Ambrosio and The Hartford’s Jodi Olshevski about the latest research on senior driving....

South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety gives information on senior’s obtaining a non-driver ID card and lists many factors which may help a...

When a teen finally turns 16, many parents worry about their children driving safely while hoping they aren’t putting themselves or others at risk....

This link is to a 28-minute podcast with Elin Schold Davis, program manager of AOTA’s Older Driver Initiative; and Virginia Dize and Eileen Miller...

Tennessee’s State Government put together an online booklet called “Decisions for Tennessee’s Senior Drivers” to help state residents determine if...

This is an educational piece on the Knowledge Enhances Your Safety (KEYS) curriculum that was developed to assist older drivers with vision problems...

In 2005, Psychiatric Times covered senior drivers on their website and the affect that prohibiting the elderly from driving can have on them. The...

American Family Physician’s website points out the country’s changing demographics and how it is estimated that by the year 2020, more than 15% of...

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety offers both a brochure and video about how we can all be "older, wiser" drivers, and take steps to stay safe on...

Merck Manual’s coverage of the older driver includes very informative details which include the Alzheimer’s Association’s warning signs of unsafe...

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