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AARP Debuts New Driver Refresher Course for Seniors [AUDIO]

With new vehicle technology, and more crowded and changing roadways, navigating can be a challenge for older drivers in New Jersey.

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Flickr User Tony Crider
Flickr User Tony Crider
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Looking Out For Mom – Elderly Drivers In NJ [SERIES]

Her mother-in-law was 89 years old and suffering with dementia and she was getting worse.

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David McNew, Getty Images
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No More Driving, What Are the Alternatives? – Elderly Drivers In NJ [SERIES]

You've observed your elderly loved one over time, you've recognized some of the warning signs, you've had the difficult discussion and together, you've both decided that it's time for that person to give up their car keys. So, now what?

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Flickr User Mynameisharsha
Flickr User Mynameisharsha
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It’s Time To Give Up The Keys, But How Do You Say It? – Elderly Drivers In NJ [SERIES]

You've observed an elderly loved one over a period of time, you've picked up on all of the warning signs and you're absolutely sure that it is no longer safe for them to get behind the wheel and drive.

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When Is It Time To Hand Over Your Keys? – Elderly Drivers In NJ [SERIES]

Driving signifies independence, but as people age, the body changes, reaction times are different and it may not be as easy or as safe as it once was.

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(Flickr: Mikecogh)
(Flickr: Mikecogh)
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How Old is Too Old To Drive? – Elderly Drivers in NJ [SERIES]

Senior citizens represent about 17 percent of the driving population in New Jersey and while many are still very active and able to get behind the wheel with no problem, there are others who are literally taking a risk every time they get in their car and hit the road. People are living longer and are staying healthier longer, so one active 65 year old may be completely different than another. What can the state do in terms of driver testing?

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