"Stop" Driving: When to Hang Up the Keys

By: Anthony Sabella Email
By: Anthony Sabella Email

It's a tough decision that everyone has to make, eventually. When to call it quits behind the wheel.

Elderly drivers, 65 and older, are the second-most likely to die in a car accident and many times, a driver's physical health can be the reason behind the accident.

The stigma has many questioning the abilities of elderly drivers. Tonight, on News 10 at 6, Anthony Sabella tells you how to make the decision to give up, or take away, the keys.

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