In 2017 a South Australian survey showed that, on average, drivers aged 60-69 involved in fatal and serious injury crashes were responsible in 55% of cases, drivers aged 70-79 were responsible in 63% of cases and drivers aged 80 years and over were responsible in 86% of cases. Is it reasonable to ask elderly drivers (70+) to undergo regular testing of their driving skills considering these statistics? What do you think? Should elderly drivers face retesting?
Posted by on 30 Jan 2019