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.

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Johns Hopkins magazine published an article in 2012 about when seniors need to decide to give up driving once it’s no longer a safe option for them.

This Transportation Research Board of the National Academies document covers mobility of the elderly: Good News and Bad News, safety of older persons...

UC San Diego Health System expert, Linda Hill discusses driving safety for senior citizens. The expert mentions that California has the largest...

Most of us will have to ask this question someday. If driving were only about getting from point A to point B, it might be an easy one to answer, but...

Erie County has a higher concentration of older adults than both New York states and the US as a whole. With that in mind, Erie.gov gives general...

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