Motorists should have to retake their driving tests after they reach the age of 65, according to a survey from Auto Trader.
About 4000 people took part in the survey, and 73% said that they were concerned about older drivers. More than 60% of respondents said that older drivers should have to prove their fitness to drive on a regular basis.
Emily Smith of Britannia Driving School said: “Older drivers must be given support and facts to assess whether they are fit and safe enough to continue driving and provided with additional training and information which could make driving easier and safer.”
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