Driving with Low Vision: Who, Where, When, and Why

@inproceedings{Peli2008DrivingWL,
  title={Driving with Low Vision: Who, Where, When, and Why},
  author={Eli Peli},
  year={2008}
}
Driving is a privilege not a right. Yet, especially in the USA where public transportation is often lacking or limited driving is essential. Loss of driving privileges for the elderly leads to social isolation, economic difficulties, and limits access to healthcare and other services. Furthermore, driving cessation has been shown to increase depression amongst the elderly. For younger people loss or inability to gain driving privileges limits job opportunities, social interactions, and may… CONTINUE READING
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