Quiz: Senior drivers age 80 or older

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It is recommended that drivers aged 80+ consider…?
Doing all of these things
Having regular hearing and eye tests
Performing strength and flexibility exercises
Taking driver refresher courses

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When applying to renew their license, a driver aged 80+ may be asked to…?
Do any/all of these things
Undertake a road test
Provide further medical information
Participate in a group education session

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Drivers aged 80+ must renew their license once every…?
Two years
Year
Three years
Five years

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Older drivers should consider whether they need to stop driving or limit their driving activities if…?
Any of these apply
Other drivers frequently complain about their driving
Driving is starting to make them feel nervous
Family members suggest they may need to stop

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Senior Drivers: 80 Years of Age or More

The legal rule here is you must renew your driver’s license every two years if you are 80 years old or more. This is a requirement since the renewal process helps seniors stay mobile and self-reliant for longer periods and the procedure also helps in ensuring that those inherently dangerous drivers are recognized and that corrective action is taken.

Senior DriversTherefore, the renewal process requires you to have your driving record reviewed, as well as take a vision test and take part in a 45-minute group education session. This shall be followed by an in-class screening component which will aid in determining your driving fitness. These requirements will ensure that you are still capable of driving safely on the road.

If you are feeling pain, don’t drive; it may affect your concentration and stop you from having a full range of movement. Have regular hearing and eye tests, and ask your doctor about any exercises you can do to become more flexible and keep your strength up, which can help safe driving. Think about going on a driving course as a refresher for your knowledge and skills.

Always assess your driving and be honest about your capabilities. Think about how many near misses you are involved in, or minor collisions. Think about whether you find it difficult to drive in certain circumstances where you need to judge distances or identify hazards.

Do you have problems concentrating as you drive, or get confused or lost when driving even in familiar circumstances? Do you have any problems with your vision, particularly nighttime vision? Does driving make you feel nervous?

Do other drivers frequently sound their horn or make other complaints about your driving? Have any family members suggested that it’s time to stop driving? If any of these questions cause you concern, it may be time to start considering whether you should carry on driving or whether you should limit your driving to particular circumstances, for example, daytime only.

Questions in this Quiz:

  • Drivers aged 80+ must renew their license once every…?
  • When applying to renew their license, a driver aged 80+ may be asked to…?
  • It is recommended that drivers aged 80+ consider…?
  • Older drivers should consider whether they need to stop driving or limit their driving activities if…?