You know what, I hate to admit it, but I age.
The nice thing is that we all do. And chances are that you have older people in your life or you are older. That’s a good thing. One of the marvelous things about growing older is wisdom and understanding. One of the things we wrestle with of course is driving.
Driving in many ways is an act of independence and so many of us do not want to give up that independence. And that is terribly ease to understand and sympathize with.
All this came to mind because of a blog entry I just read and it has some really good points so if you are older or know someone who is older and looking for a vehicle check out Consumer Reports: Best cars for older drivers.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) offers a resource that outlines smart features for mature drivers. Specifically this resource addresses a number of afflictions that may impact an older person’s driving ability and comfort behind the wheel, and outlines vehicle features that may best address those afflictions.