Living Right: Senior Driving

By 2025, drivers 65 and older will represent 25 percent of the driving population.

There are already 40 million licensed older drivers.

But science shows physical and cognitive decline at older ages can have big impact on driving ability. 

According to the CDC, on average 19 older adults are killed and 712 injured in crashes every day.

So when should an older adult stop driving and who should make this happen?

Katie Boomgaard has the details in Living Right.

Phyllis told us she plans to stop driving before 2020, and one of the ladies we spoke with pointed out she now saves $2,400 a year on car insurance since she stopped driving.

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