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Debate on elderly drivers: Do auto laws keep roads safe from car accidents?

October 11, 2010 by Steven M. Gursten

Michigan auto accident attorney Steven Gursten sounds off on safety for older drivers in Des Moines newspaper

Auto accident attorney Steve Gursten is interviewed by the Des Moines Register newspaper on a national debate surrounding elderly drivers: Do they pose an exceptional risk of causing car accidents and therefore should face additional restrictions? Or would that constitute improper, age-based discrimination?

Gursten, who writes extensively about drivers safety and older drivers, says, “The right to drive ends when the elderly become a threat of injuring or killing other drivers.” He gives common-sense steps to prevent car accidents caused by the elderly.

Here’s the story on elderly drivers in the Des Moines Register: Debate on older drivers: Do auto laws keep roads safe?

October 11, 2010

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