Self-reflection, honesty and family support are key for safer senior driving.

posted on February 18th, 2019

Posted in Press Releases

ROAD SAFETY and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist says older drivers can stay safer for longer by reflecting on their driving and being honest about tasks they may find more difficult. Support from family members can be very helpful, as long as any tricky conversations with a senior driver are approached with tact and sensitivity. GEM road safety officer Neil Worth commented: ‚ÄúReaching a certain age does not automatically mean … read more