The Good Life
Let’s face it: one of things that starts to go as we get older is our driving ability. It’s not a problem for most Boomers yet, though many of us are at the stage where we have to approach family members about giving up the keys. The CAA is offering tips and seminars for older drivers, and they’ve compiled a list of the most common reasons for crashes involving older drivers. So here it is:
Failure to yield right of way
improper left turns
confusion in heavy traffic
failure to maintain proper speed
failure to check blind spots
Understanding the reasons is the first step in solving the problem.