Over the various stages of life, our physical and psychological condition changes and consequently so too do the risk factors we face when it comes to driving. It has been proven that reflexes become slower with age, coordination is poorer and in many cases there is a loss of sight and hearing. But all this does not mean that elderly people should stop driving. It is simply sufficient for them to be aware of the limitations age places on them and to have frequent health checks.
If you are over 65, we can provide you with relevant information about road safety that can help you when you get behind the wheel of car or as a pedestrian, motorcyclist or cyclist.
Adopt responsible behavior as a driver and as a pedestrian. Help us to reach our objective: GOAL ZERO.
Go to the content on Road Safety for the Elderly. Here you will find all the information you need to continue enjoying the independence that comes from safe mobility.