The older adult driver.

  • D. B. Carr
  • Published 2000 in American family physician

Abstract

More adults aged 65 and older will be driving in the next few decades. Many older drivers are safe behind the wheel and do not need intensive testing for license renewal. Others, however, have physiologic or cognitive impairments that can affect their mobility and driving safety. When an older patient's driving competency is questioned, a comprehensive… (More)

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@article{Carr2000TheOA, title={The older adult driver.}, author={D. B. Carr}, journal={American family physician}, year={2000}, volume={61 1}, pages={141-6, 148} }