Decisions about a person’s ability to drive should never be based on age alone. However, changes due to normal aging may affect a person’s ability to drive as they get older. These may include diminished vision, slower reaction times, declines in cognitive functioning, and decreasing muscle strength and range of motion.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) offers the following tips on driving safely while aging gracefully.
Read more on the safety concerns of older drivers as it relates to employment.
Policyholders at Utica National can get more risk management information at the Customer Care center.
NOTICE: This information is provided solely as an insurance risk management tool. It is provided with the understanding that the member insurance companies of the Utica National Insurance Group are not providing legal advice, risk management advice, or any other professional services or advice. Utica National shall have no liability to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages alleged to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by the use of this information. You are encouraged to consult an attorney or other professional for advice on these issues.