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March 21, 2011


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Ben Buchwalter

This is such a difficult topic -- thanks for addressing it. Our society has been great about imposing limits on teen driving, but it's difficult to regulate unsafe senior driving because it involves limiting freedom of transportation. But the fact is that some seniors lose their motor skills and mental ability and should probably stop driving. Some states have implemented laws requiring a vision test or some such before license renewal. I'd like to see these laws become more common.


Keeping Us Safe has developed a workbook titled:

"Beyond Driving with Dignity; The workbook for the families of older drivers".

This user-friendly workbook was developed to offer concerned families a working roadmap (complete with actual exercises) on how to address the issue of driving safety with an older adult in your family.

The workbook has been designed to offer additional peace of mind to families, help older drivers maintain their independence and dignity, and at the same time help prevent unnecessary deaths and injuries on our nation's roadways.

Please visit our website at to learn more about the Beyond Driving with Dignity workbook.

Matt Gurwell
Founder & CEO
Keeping Us Safe
email: [email protected]

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