The right to drive a car almost feels enshrined in the Constitution. But the growing number of older motorists—by 2030, one of every four drivers could be 65-plus—has kindled heated debate about when someone should be barred from taking the wheel. Experts say, however, that road veterans should focus on a more immediate concern: how to keep driving safely as long as possible. … Back to Article
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