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Resource ID: #10586
Subject: Elderly
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)


The Wall Street Journal examines the issue of whether senior citizens should be given driving tests every so often. The article notes that older drivers often crash more times than others and some, after having killed or injured people while driving, continue to drive. A computer analysis of motor vehicle accidents found that fatal accident rates for the elderly were not significantly different in most states, Oct. 29, 1993. KEYWORD] Rigdon Foldessy CAJ Dept of transportation records

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