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We Need To Talk: Family Conversations with Older Drivers
The Meaning of DrivingObserving Driving SkillsPlanning Conversations
Module Steps:   Overview  |  Practice  |  Review

Ideas for applying what you’ve learned

En español | Observing driving behaviors over time will help you identify patterns of unsafe driving. You can use written notes of your observations to plan appropriate conversations and solutions using specific observations. This will help make your conversations more constructive and avoid over- or under-reacting.


The next section, Module 3: Planning Conversations, will explore when and how to use your observations to discuss safety concerns and related solutions with your older driver.


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Try these conversation starters and scenarios

This listening activity will give you conversation scenarios you can try with older drivers.


Complete this activity before continuing with the module. It may be helpful to have a pen and paper ready to assist you with your responses. You can pause and return to the audio by pressing the play/pause button.


This listening activity is 3 minutes 20 seconds.



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