Do you know the status of this pending bill filed by Senator Brian A. Joyce?
Mandatory testing requirements for elderly drivers (age 75 and over) does not seem unreasonable, and could prevent vehicular tragedies from occurring in the future.
I‘m curious to hear your position and thoughts regarding this issue.
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I do think we should do more to help people avoid unsafe driving at all ages. I’ll get back shortly with a further update. Click here for some prior discussion of this issue at this site.
The promised response appears here.
Other states have mandatory testing for
Seniors, but I think the age is higher.
For example, Illinois is 85.
I think that people are living longer and healthier lives. I think that 75 might have been thought of as elderly at one time, but no longer. I would increase the age for mandatory testing requirements to 80.
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