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A Introduction One day not long agoI came out of my house to leave for work On the way to my car I noticed the little old lady across the street walking to here car with what appeared to be a phone book To my surprise she laid the phone book down onto the seat and proceeded to climb inI then decided to watch this rare occasion since she only drives once a month or so Well after a few minutes she finally got her giant Cadilac started and began to back out of her drive way She was backing up with one wheel one the drive way and one on the grassI felt this was a little humorous and decided to watch her drive down the street She cruised down the street at a top speed of 5 mph After watching this I decided to go back into my house for a few more minutes just to be sure she was out of the area Thesis Senior citizen are unsafe drivers cause a threat to themselves and others and should be required to complete a series of tests B Body A Collision rates for both sexes decline until about the age of 70 and then sharply increase B The increase in at-fault fatal accidents becomes particularly dramatic at age 80 C The most prevalent time period for fatal accidents involving older drivers is between noon and 6 pm D Malfetti and Winter 1990 proposed guidelines for a graded license for selected elderly drivers that would be similar to a restricted license and be adapted to the drivers mode of living driving needs and ability The graded license would allow impaired elders to operate a moving vehicle only under conditions that would not exceed their ability C Surveys A 100 of this class said that they felt measures should be taken to ensure everyones safety by requiring mandatory driving tests for
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