LA Crash Prompts Talk Of Curbing Elderly Drivers

Print More,1,2823752.story?coll=la-home-headlines This week’s drive by an 86-year-old man through an outdoor Los Angeles farmers market, killing 10, renewed the perennial debate over elderly drivers. As the head of the California Highway Patrol called for stricter testing of drivers over 75, sons and daughters told the Los Angeles Times of hiding keys and disabling engines to
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