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How should we decide when driving should no longer be allowed?
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Dr. Johnnie Strickland Jr
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: RETest
If you are suspicious that driving might be dangerous; an anonymous report to the dmv would result in retesting for vision and driving skills.
Sometimes they are able to show that driving is still possible if limited to daytime driving or under special circumstances. This can get you as a family member out of the position of being the "bad guy" and provides an objective evaulation of them.

In brief: RETest
If you are suspicious that driving might be dangerous; an anonymous report to the dmv would result in retesting for vision and driving skills.
Sometimes they are able to show that driving is still possible if limited to daytime driving or under special circumstances. This can get you as a family member out of the position of being the "bad guy" and provides an objective evaulation of them.
Dr. Johnnie Strickland Jr
Dr. Johnnie Strickland Jr
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Dr. Howard Fertel
Emergency Medicine
In brief: In elderly
The elderly should stop driving when they start to frequently get lost or make bad decisions.

In brief: In elderly
The elderly should stop driving when they start to frequently get lost or make bad decisions.
Dr. Howard Fertel
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