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Do older adults prefer to speak with police officers about driving?

This answer is based on a publication and research conducted by The Hartford and MIT AgeLab:

More than anyone else, older adults strongly prefer not to hear about driving concerns from police officers. While some older adults may not welcome families talking about their driving, they still find it preferable than hearing from police. However, police intervention may be necessary in situations where an older driver is unsafe and unwilling to curtail driving.

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