Information for you, the active driver…
Driving is a skill you've spent a lifetime on, and you know it's a skill that requires good physical and mental abilities, and quick reactions. This website is designed to help you:
1) stay active and safe behind the wheel,
2) decide when it may be time to transition
to non-driving, and
3) find alternative transportation options.
- Getting Around After Driving Retirement
This section features a list of agencies that provide mass transit and public transportation. It also lists organizations that can help aging drivers identify ways to keep themselves mobile and independent for as long as possible.
- Keeping You Driving Safely
In this section you’ll learn how to complete a self-assessment of your driving skills, locate a driver refresher course close to you or investigate how health problems and medication can affect your driving.
- Considering Driving Retirement
Moving from driving to driving retirement raises a lot of questions for aging drivers and their families. Information about starting the conversation, alternative modes of transportation and the process for converting a driver's license to a state identification card are found here.
- Organizations Related to Aging Drivers
This section provides a list of state, federal, private sector and nonprofit organizations that address the questions, challenges and concerns confronting aging drivers and their families.