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AGING DRIVERS/ DRIVERS

   With increasing age comes changes in physical functioning, endurance, frugality, vision, perception, and processing abilities that can challenge a person's continued ability to drive safely. Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in those over 65. We all experience physical and mental changes as we get older, even though they may be so gradual we barely notice them. Yet, common changes such as vision, slower reaction time, or pain and stiffness can have a big effect on our driving. If there is a sudden change in abilities due to age, losing your license is not the only answer. A comprehensive evaluation can determine if our client is able to continue driving or not based on the clinical evaluation and behind-the-wheel evaluation performance of each individual.

   If you or someone you may know is facing any challenges, an evaluation can determine which driving skills needs improvement.

 

 

   If you are an adult child of a senior and are concerned about their driving and the public safety, we will give an honest driving report. 

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   At California Driver Rehabilitation, we pledge to give a professional's honest and unbiased report of all comprehensive evaluations. We will answer whether a client is safe to drive or not based on the Clinical and Behind-the-Wheel Evaluation performance.

Did You Know?

There are more than 5.5 million drivers over the age of 55 in California? More than 2.5 million are 70 or older.

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