(AARP driver safety instructor Harold Homefield of Sudbury. Photo credit: Bill Polo/Globe Staff
By the year 2029, one in four drivers on the roads will be 65 or older. This could have serious safety implications -- older drivers have more accidents and are more likely to be killed in a crash than younger ones.
Some local seniors are trying to turn back the clock and retraining themselves to be keener drivers by taking refresher safety courses from the AARP.
Read Sunday's Globe West for more of the story...
- Erica Noonan
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