Driver Safety

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La edad promedio de los vehículos en carretera en Estados Unidos es de 11,5 años, lo cual establece un nuevo récord, de acuerdo con la firma IHS Automotive.
Seniors Driver Safety
There are 35 million drivers over age 65 on the road today, an increase of more than 20 percent over the past 10 years.
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We've got some really fantastic volunteers in Illinois and around the country. The range of activities they work on is quite stellar. From Driver Safety to Tax Aide, to lobbying down in Springfield,  or assisting with office projects, this organization wouldn't exist, and wouldn't have nearly the…
Driving has changed - we can all use a driver safey refresh
My second child is learning to drive. In our state one of the requirements for driver education is for the student and a parent to attend a 90-minute seminar on safe driving. I'll admit that I was not looking forward to attending this session, but left having learned far more than I imagined…
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A recent string of high-profile accidents involving older drivers has stirred up the decades-old debate: How old is too old to drive? Of course there's no definitive answer -- it depends on how physically and cognitively healthy someone remains. But it also depends on where you live: An Associated Press review found a "hodgepodge" of state rules governing older drivers.
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Hey - greetings from Terri Worman, Associate State Director for Advocacy and Outreach in Illinois.
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On the Road: New technology aimed at making navigation easier for older drivers is in the works at England's Newcastle University, where researchers have converted an electric car into a mobile laboratory for studying the challenges these drivers face. Tricked out with eye trackers, bio-monitors and other monitoring systems, the DriveLAB car"”designed to pinpoint older drivers' habits and stressors"”is part of the UK's Research Council's nearly $20 million program to help seniors stay on the road.
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