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What can I do if I can no longer drive due to my age?

Seniors who can no longer drive safely may find it difficult adjusting to life without a car. However, there are numerous alternative transportation options, especially for seniors. These include Dial-a-Ride programs, public transportation and rides from family members, friends and local organizations.

The most important thing to remember is that driving is a privilege, not a right. Safety must come first.

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