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Advice for Caregivers with Aging Parents Still Driving Skip to content

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What should I do once my aging parent’s driving becomes an issue?

En español | If you think your parents’ driving is unsafe and should be restricted or limited, don’t delay a more in-depth talk. Observe your parent driving, and jot down notes so the conversation is less emotional and more focused on the facts. Less serious or infrequent warning signs, such as incorrect signaling, might indicate a need to limit driving. More serious incidents, such as confusing the gas and brake pedals or failure to stop at signals, might mean the need to stop driving immediately.

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