Emmet Pierce for Insure.com recognizes the following as 7 warning signs it might be time for your elderly loved one to stop driving:
1. There are too many near misses.
2. They have physical difficulty turning to check traffic.
3. They often become lost.
4. Their response time is too slow.
5. Their car shows many minor dings and dents.
6. Inability to cope with the normal frustrations of driving.
7. They start getting too many tickets.
If you note one or more of these signs, it might be time to have a frank talk with your loved one about their driving habits and about possibly enrolling them in a refresher driving course. Information about these classes can be found at the AARP website.
Find out more about these tips here: 7 Signs Dad Shouldn’t Drive Anymore