Our physical and cognitive skills weaken as we age. Driving involves more than physically operating a vehicle, it also requires cognitive skills such as recognizing and reacting to unexpected situations.
If you recognize a decline in your loved one’s driving skills, you can help them plan a safe end to their time behind the wheel.
However, driving defines adulthood. It is just as important to seniors as it is to us. Giving it up will not be easy. A discussion about no longer driving will be complex and emotionally charged. You both need to be ready for your talk about “driving retirement.”
The below infographic by Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker, PLLC gives you a brief knowledge about Driving Retirement.