Government required written and driving test given to individuals prior to obtaining an operator's license.
A usually four-wheeled automotive vehicle designed for passenger transportation and commonly propelled by an internal-combustion engine using a volatile fuel. (Webster, 1973)
The effect of environmental or physiological factors on the driver and driving ability. Included are driving fatigue, and the effect of drugs, disease, and physical disabilities on driving.
Accidents on streets, roads, and highways involving drivers, passengers, pedestrians, or vehicles. Traffic accidents refer to AUTOMOBILES (passenger cars, buses, and trucks), BICYCLING, and MOTORCYCLES but not OFF-ROAD MOTOR VEHICLES; RAILROADS nor snowmobiles.
Automotive safety devices consisting of a bag designed to inflate upon collision and prevent passengers from pitching forward. (American Heritage Dictionary, 1982)
Restraining belts fastened to the frame of automobiles, aircraft, or other vehicles, and strapped around the person occupying the seat in the car or plane, intended to prevent the person from being thrown forward or out of the vehicle in case of sudden deceleration.
Oils which are used in industrial or commercial applications.

Graduated licensing comes to the United States. (1/61)

OBJECTIVE: To describe the young driver problem and the emergence of graduated licensing as a way to address it. METHODS: Literature review and commentary. RESULTS: Twenty-four states in the United States adopted versions of graduated licensing in 1996-98; initial results show positive effects. CONCLUSIONS: A major public health movement is under way that can be expected to produce significant reductions in crashes and injuries involving young drivers.  (+info)

Saskatchewan physicians' attitudes and knowledge regarding assessment of medical fitness to drive. (2/61)

BACKGROUND: Although legislation has been introduced in Saskatchewan for mandatory reporting by physicians of patients considered medically unfit to drive, little is known about physicians' attitudes, knowledge or resources with regard to evaluating medical fitness to drive. METHODS: The objective of this study was to determine Saskatchewan physicians' attitudes, knowledge, training, resources and current educational needs with regard to evaluating medical fitness to drive. A questionnaire survey of all physicians in the province who were identified as likely to be involved in determining medical fitness to drive was conducted between October and December 1996. RESULTS: Of the 1102 physicians who received a questionnaire, 690 (62.6%) responded, of whom 167 were excluded because they were not involved in assessing fitness to drive. Thus, 523 (55.9%) of the 935 eligible physicians surveyed completed the questionnaire. Most (57.6% [298/517]) of the respondents indicated that they do not hesitate to report patients medically unfit to drive; however, 59.5% (307/516) felt that the physician-patient relationship is negatively affected by reporting. Overall, 85.5% (444/519) of the respondents felt that restricted licensing is a fair alternative for people who might otherwise be denied a full licence. The availability of restricted licensing positively influenced the decision to report for 60.3% (313/519) of the respondents. Significantly more rural physicians than urban physicians believed that the need to drive was greater for rural residents than for urban dwellers (81.2% [95/117] v. 64.2% [257/400], p < 0.001). Physician knowledge regarding specific medical conditions and fitness to drive was generally poor. The resource most commonly used in determining medical fitness to drive was the Physicians' Guide to Driver Examination (71.1% [361/508] of respondents). The most useful continuing medical education methods indicated by physicians for assessing medical fitness to drive included conference presentations, workshops and journal articles. INTERPRETATION: Most of the Saskatchewan physicians surveyed supported restricted licensing, and the availability of restricted licensing made them more likely to report patients considered medically unfit to drive. The physician-patient relationship was felt to be negatively affected by reporting.  (+info)

Older drivers--a complex public health issue. (3/61)

OBJECTIVES: This article provides estimates of the percentage of seniors who are licensed to operate a motor vehicle. It describes the health characteristics of these license holders and reviews research relating to older drivers. DATA SOURCES: The data are from the cross-sectional file of Statistics Canada's 1996/97 National Population Health Survey. The sample size of respondents aged 65 or older was 13,363, weighted to represent 3.4 million individuals. Supplementary data are from the 1991 Survey of Ageing and Independence, also conducted by Statistics Canada, and from Transport Canada. ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES: The percentages of seniors with a license were calculated by age and sex. Percentages by presence of chronic conditions, disabilities and medication use were age-standardized to control for the increasing prevalence of illness at older ages. MAIN RESULTS: The percentage of seniors who had a driver's license declined with advancing age. The negative association between disability and license holding was pronounced. The percentage of seniors with a driver's license was also relatively low among those with heart disease, arthritis, stroke or cataracts, and among those who reported taking selected medications in the last month.  (+info)

Risks older drivers face themselves and threats they pose to other road users. (4/61)

BACKGROUND: Although there is an ever increasing literature on older drivers, there is no comprehensive up-to-date presentation of how older drivers are impacted by traffic safety, and how they impact the road safety of others. METHODS: This paper uses 1994-1996 US data to determine how many rates related to traffic safety depend on the age and sex of road users (fatalities, fatalities per licensed driver, etc.) Threats drivers pose to other road users are estimated by driver involvement in pedestrian fatality crashes. RESULTS: It is found that renewing the licence of a 70-year-old male driver for another year poses, on average, 40% less threat to other road users than renewing the license of a 40-year-old male driver. The fatality risks drivers themselves face generally increase as they age, with the increased risk of death in the same severity crash being a major contributor. If this factor is removed, crash risks for 70-year-old male drivers are not materially higher than for 40-year-old male drivers; for female drivers they are. CONCLUSIONS: Most driver rates increase substantially by age 80, in many cases to values higher than those for 20-year-olds. Given that a death occurs, the probability that it is a traffic fatality declines steeply with age, from well over 20% for late teens through mid twenties, to under one per cent at age 65, and under half a per cent at age 80.  (+info)

Survey on health status of heavy vehicle drivers in Klang valley. (5/61)

A survey was carried out using a medical examination format that was prepared by the Malaysian Medical Association. The findings of the survey show that of the 266 cases surveyed, 64 drivers (24% of cases surveyed) are either totally unfit to drive or temporarily unfit to drive heavy goods and passenger vehicles. This is clear indication that the current format that is being used by the Road Transport Department is inadequate and needs to be reviewed. It must also be stressed that all the above 64 drivers have been certified fit using the existing Road Transport Department format and are currently driving in our highways and roads. Heavy vehicle goods and passenger vehicle drivers if not properly examined and medically certified are not only be endangering their own lives but also that of others. It is therefore recommended that based on the data available from this survey, the Road Transport Department should seriously consider adopting the medical examination format that was formalised by the Malaysian Medical Association and used in this survey.  (+info)

A test for the determination of sustained attention in patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. (6/61)

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To investigate the parameter daytime sleepiness in patients with the sleep apnea syndrome (SAS), a test for measurement of sustained attention was developed. The present studies were performed on volunteers undergoing preemployment medical examinations and SAS patients to determine the extent to which test results are in agreement with the symptoms of SAS and traffic accident reports, and also with daytime sleepiness, and whether learning or therapeutic effects can be seen with repeated tests prior to and following treatment with nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP). METHODS: PARTICIPANTS: 125 healthy volunteers, and two groups of 28 SAS patients each. DESIGN: Study A: The volunteers underwent a single attention test and completed a questionnaire concerned with traffic accidents and symptoms of sleep-related breathing disorders. Study B: SAS patients underwent two attention tests before treatment. Study C: SAS patients underwent one attention test before and one after nCPAP therapy. RESULTS: Study A: The error rate in volunteers without symptoms of sleep-related breathing disorders (51 persons) was 4.7 +/- 4.3% (number of errors 14.1 +/- 12.9), 95% CI: 1.2 (number of errors 3.6). No dependence of the error rate on age, BMI or sex was found. In persons with a history of apneic events (n = 10), the error rate was 10.6 +/- 10.0% (number of errors 31.8 +/- 30), in those with more than two accidents during the last 5 years (n = 4), it was increased to 15.3 +/- 9.7% (number of errors 45.9 +/- 29.1). Study B: Among SAS patients, no significant learning effect was seen, and prolongation of the test duration beyond 30 min had no effect on the test results. Study C: The error rate improved significantly with nCPAP [10.6 +/- 13.5 vs. 6.4 +/- 8.9% (number of errors 31.8 +/- 40. 5 vs. 19.2 +/- 26.7), p < 0.001]. CONCLUSIONS: The attention test can be helpful for the measurement of daytime sleepiness, and CPAP therapy can improve test performance.  (+info)

The effect of state regulations on motor vehicle fatalities for younger and older drivers: a review and analysis. (7/61)

Policymakers have had a long-standing interest in improving the motor vehicle safety of both younger and older drivers. Although younger and older drivers share the distinction of having more crashes and fatalities per mile driven than other age groups, the problems posed by these two groups stem from different origins and manifest in different ways. A number of state-level policies and regulations may affect the number of motor vehicle crashes and fatalities in these two high-risk groups. A critical review of the existing literature in regard to the risk factors and the effects of various policy measures on motor vehicle crashes in these two high-risk populations provides direction for policymakers and high-priority areas of interest for the research community.  (+info)

Detection of visual field defects in patients after anterior temporal lobectomy for mesial temporal sclerosis-establishing eligibility to drive. (8/61)

AIMS: The aim of this study is to quantify visual field defects after temporal lobectomy for mesial temporal sclerosis and to establish eligibility for driving. METHODS: Automated static perimetry was performed on 14 patients who had undergone anterior temporal lobectomy for mesial temporal sclerosis. Perimetry consisted of monocular Humphrey Field Analyser (HFA) 30-2 test and a binocular Esterman 120 test. RESULTS: Of the 14 patients, three had no loss or non-specific loss, eight had partial homonymous quadrantanopia, one had complete homonymous quadrantanopia and two had concentric loss attributable to vigabatrin, which may have masked any loss occurring due to surgery. Of these, only seven passed the standardised DVLA visual fields. Of the seven who failed DVLA visual field, one had complete quadrantanopia, four had partial quadrantanopia and two had concentric loss (due to vigabatrin). CONCLUSIONS: Visual field defects contribute a great deal in the reduction of the quality of life in patients who have had surgery for mesial temporal sclerosis. Potential surgically induced visual field defects that could preclude driving need to be discussed with each patient preoperatively. In our study 50% of patients did not meet the required DVLA standards.  (+info)

The Automobile Driver Examination is a medical definition that refers to the process of evaluating an individual's physical and mental fitness to operate a motor vehicle. The examination typically includes a series of tests designed to assess the person's vision, hearing, reaction time, cognitive abilities, and overall health status.

The purpose of the examination is to ensure that drivers are capable of operating their vehicles safely and reducing the risk of accidents on the road. In many jurisdictions, driver examinations are required for individuals seeking to obtain a new driver's license or renew an existing one, particularly for those in certain age groups or with medical conditions that may affect their ability to drive.

The examination is usually conducted by a licensed healthcare professional, such as a doctor or nurse practitioner, who has been trained to assess the driver's fitness to operate a motor vehicle. The results of the examination are then used to determine whether the individual is medically fit to drive and what, if any, restrictions or accommodations may be necessary to ensure their safety and the safety of others on the road.

I believe there might be a bit of confusion in your question as "automobiles" is a general term used to describe wheeled motor vehicles for transportation, and it's not typically a medical term with its own specific definition. However, I can provide you with some automobile-related terms that have medical implications:

1. **Driving fitness**: This refers to the physical and mental abilities required to operate a vehicle safely. Various medical conditions or treatments can impact driving fitness, such as seizure disorders, sleep apnea, certain medications, or alcohol/substance use disorders.
2. **Driving simulator**: A device used in research and rehabilitation settings that presents a realistic driving environment for assessing and training individuals with various medical conditions or disabilities affecting their ability to drive.
3. **Adaptive automobile equipment**: Devices designed to assist people with disabilities in operating vehicles, such as hand controls, wheelchair lifts, or pedal extensions.
4. **Transportation disadvantage**: A situation where an individual's medical condition, disability, or lack of access to suitable transportation limits their ability to obtain necessary healthcare services.
5. **Motor vehicle crash (MVC) outcomes**: Medical consequences resulting from motor vehicle crashes, including injuries and fatalities. These outcomes are often studied in public health and injury prevention research.

If you have a specific medical term or concept related to automobiles that you would like me to define or explain, please provide more details, and I will be happy to help.

The medical definition of 'Automobile Driving' is the act of operating a motor vehicle, typically a car, on public roads or highways. This requires a set of cognitive, physical, and sensory skills to safely control the vehicle, navigate through traffic, and respond to various situations that may arise while driving.

Cognitive skills include attention, memory, decision-making, problem-solving, and judgment. Physical abilities encompass fine motor coordination, reaction time, strength, and flexibility. Sensory functions such as vision, hearing, and touch are also essential for safe driving.

Various medical conditions or medications can impair these skills and affect a person's ability to drive safely. Therefore, it is crucial for individuals to consult with their healthcare providers about any potential risks associated with driving and follow any recommended restrictions or guidelines.

Traffic accidents are incidents that occur when a vehicle collides with another vehicle, a pedestrian, an animal, or a stationary object, resulting in damage or injury. These accidents can be caused by various factors such as driver error, distracted driving, drunk driving, speeding, reckless driving, poor road conditions, and adverse weather conditions. Traffic accidents can range from minor fender benders to severe crashes that result in serious injuries or fatalities. They are a significant public health concern and cause a substantial burden on healthcare systems, emergency services, and society as a whole.

An air bag is a type of vehicle safety device that uses a inflatable cushion to protect occupants from collision forces in the event of a car accident. When a crash occurs, a sensor triggers the inflation of the air bag, which then rapidly deploys and fills the space between the driver or passenger and the steering wheel or dashboard. This helps to absorb the impact and reduce the risk of injury. Air bags are typically installed in the steering wheel, dashboard, and sides of the vehicle, and they can significantly improve safety in the event of a crash. However, air bags can also pose a risk of injury if they deploy improperly or in certain types of crashes, so it is important for drivers to understand how they work and when they are most effective.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Seat Belts" are not a medical term. They are an automotive safety device designed to secure the occupants of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result during a collision or a sudden stop. Seat belts are typically made of webbing material and consist of a lap belt that goes across the hips and a shoulder belt that goes over the shoulder and chest. When used correctly, seat belts help to reduce the risk of serious injury or death in automobile accidents.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Industrial Oils" is not a term that has a specific medical definition. Industrial oils are typically used in machinery and equipment for various industrial applications, such as hydraulic systems, lubricants, and coolants. They are not directly related to medicine or human health.

However, if a person were to come into contact with these oils through their occupation, there could be potential health effects, such as skin irritation or respiratory issues, depending on the specific type of oil and the nature of the exposure. But this would not fall under a medical definition of the term itself.

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  • Still, that does not mean Eau Claire is immune from harmful crashes that cause serious injuries and fatalities, including accidents involving Uber cars. (
  • MVCs involving older drivers are more likely to involve multiple vehicles and to result in serious injuries and fatalities than MVCs involving younger drivers. (
  • At Nicolet Law Accident & Injury Lawyers, we conduct a close examination of any Uber accident that injures our clients, to determine whether unsafe Uber driver behaviors contributed to the cause of the crash. (
  • From our workplaces in Mayfair, London, Bespoke Britannia provide calculated advice, knowledge- gathering procedures and conduct complex, cross- border examinations, to secure our clients' interests. (
  • We propose to conduct the survey at 40 truck stops across the U.S., involving both owner-operators as well as company drivers. (
  • METHODS: Complete baseline information on 1,233 vehicle operators was gathered during medical examinations and by questionnaire. (
  • The cases below are just a sample of the different types of cases our personal injury attorneys handle, including car accidents, medical malpractice, slip and falls, bar fights etc, as well as the results for those specific cases. (
  • More Uber cars and Uber drivers in Eau Claire, however, also means more traffic accidents involving Uber rides. (
  • Here's the good news: Eau Claire streets see relatively few severe auto accidents , compared to larger metro areas. (
  • Car accidents affect a large number of Wisconsin residents each year, with more than 30,000 resulting in injuries and more than 500 resulting in fatalities. (
  • Our Hollywood injury lawyers understand that car accidents continue to be the number one cause of death for this young age group. (
  • During the first few years that these youngsters have their driver's license, they face the highest risks for car accidents that they're ever going to experience. (
  • As a matter of fact, texting while driving is one of the top causes of car accidents nationwide. (
  • Officials estimate that there are more than 1.5 million car accidents that happen every year because of driver's usage of cell phones and text messaging devices. (
  • In October 2022, the Xpeng's urban air mobility division - AeroHT - reported through a video presentation during the company's "1024 Tech Day" event in China that a flying car prototype successfully completed its maiden flight that year 7 . (
  • How are drivers' working conditions associated with health status and behaviors? (
  • Health care practitioners become involved in driving decisions when deficits are identified during routine examination, a serious medical condition or illness manifests, patients solicit advice, family members express concern, or law enforcement cites unsafe driving behaviors. (
  • The UK government also requires applicants to pass a medical examination and provide evidence of their vaccination history. (
  • You should keep records of all expenses related to your medical care, including transportation and emergency treatment, examinations, surgery, medication, and rehabilitation, as you may be able to pursue compensation for the entirety of these costs. (
  • If you intend to take a practical driver training course, we recommend that you organise your driver medical and provisional license application soon, you cannot apply for the practical driver training until you have these. (
  • You should speak to your Work Coach regarding having a driver medical and a provisional license. (
  • I would appreciate any hazard update on medical nursing surveillance and how to keep the drivers safe. (
  • Safe driving requires the integration of complex visual, motor, and cognitive processes, and older drivers with medical disorders may have mild to moderate deficits in one or more of these domains. (
  • In 2023, "pure play" electric vehicle (EV) company BYD stated 1 that it has achieved a milestone: it sold a little over 3.02 million cars. (
  • There was another very significant point of consideration: BYD was the largest overall car seller in China for the year of 2023 as well, with its nearest competitor - the FAW-Volkswagen combine - trailing a full 32% behind. (
  • If you or a loved one suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident involving an Uber car, you may have the right to significant financial compensation. (
  • When your injuries are caused by the negligence of another driver or a third party, you have the right to pursue compensation through a personal injury claim. (
  • Truck drivers face a disproportionately high risk for fatal crash-related injuries and for serious health disorders. (
  • The Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses estimated 63,570 non-fatal injuries among heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers in 2004-the second highest number among all occupations. (
  • What are the risk factors, job tasks/exposures, and the short- and long-term effects of work-related injuries sustained by truck drivers? (
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  • Estimates of etiologic fractions suggest that reduction of ergonom ic problems to the low level currently experienced by 25% of drivers would result in a 19% reduction of severe LBI among all drivers. (
  • Information on the demand for several vehicle segments (passenger cars, trucks, and motorcycles), as well as growth forecasts for each. (
  • Besides, no evident high-order hot judder has been identified in all the brakes of the four passenger cars. (
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  • According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, texting while driving increases the probability of a car accident by about eight times. (
  • Stay Safe on Winter Roads: 5 Essential Strategies for Protected Driving.Winter driving may trigger even in all probability probably the most achieved driver to have a slip. (
  • Other studies suggest that the risks of cancer, heart attacks, and other disorders may be associated with aspects of long-haul driving such as loading and unloading cargo, irregular schedules, long hours of driving, a sedentary lifestyle, and the nature of drivers' food choices on the road. (
  • To help address these research gaps and better understand the risks faced by truck drivers, NIOSH is undertaking a national survey of truck driver safety and health. (
  • Also, older drivers tend to be more cautious, drive more slowly, and take fewer risks. (
  • From routine check-ups to complex repairs, the art of car servicing encompasses a multitude of practices aimed at preserving the health of your vehicle. (
  • DTV and LRO gener-ate Brake Pressure Variation (BPV) and Brake Torque Variation (BTV) in wheel brakes, which are transmitted to the driver and perceived by the driver as the brake pedal pulsa-tion, the steering wheel oscillation, the car body vibrations, and low-frequency drone noises inside a vehicle. (
  • A top-down approach is used in order to investigate the influences of high-order judder on driver's perception with respect to two aspects: the incidence of high-order hot jud-der in vehicle tests and the drivers' perception of high-order hot judder. (
  • Global transfer functions from BPV/BTV to the selected driver interface quantities (brake pedal pulsation, steering wheel oscillation, seat track vibrations, and vehicle interior drone noise) are defined, which establish the links between the hot judder intensity in the wheel brake and the intensity at the driver interface. (
  • Our client was in a car accident where his vehicle struck an improperly parked vehicle. (
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  • Importing a Car from Ukraine to the USA starts at a cost of $1,400 USD with an estimated turnaround time of 4-6 weeks , depending on make and model of the vehicle, the nearest departure port in Ukraine and whether the destination in the USA is on the east or west coast. (
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  • Passenger: Any person who is inside the vehicle or during descent or ascent to it except for the driver. (
  • Distractions in the car could become more frequent as in-vehicle technology becomes more widespread (eg, GPS devices). (
  • Older drivers may operate a vehicle that is less crashworthy. (
  • Continuing Education examination available at adults aged 18 years, in collaboration with CDC. (
  • For many older adults, driving an automobile is their preferred option for community transportation. (
  • The cases below are illustrative of the cases handled and do not include all of the cases handled by Rosensteel Fleishman Car Accident & Injury Lawyers. (
  • Unfortunately, there were no witnesses to the accident and the other driver claimed he had the green light. (
  • Our client was in a single car accident in NC. (
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  • As a result, Uber drivers risk suffering from fatigue that can lead to a drowsy driving accident . (
  • All of these distractions heighten the risk of a traffic accident involving an Uber car. (
  • He lost his teenage daughter in a 1996 car accident involving a distracted driver. (
  • Many older drivers successfully modify their routines and compensate for deficits by avoiding rush hour, driving fewer miles per year, limiting trips to shorter distances, and avoiding driving during twilight, nighttime, or inclement weather. (
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  • An examination of the industry's technological breakthroughs and India's contribution to automotive innovation. (
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  • The insurance carrier for the other driver denied liability. (
  • In particular, our team understands the importance of exploring our clients' options for seeking compensation from the liability insurance Uber provides for its drivers. (
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  • The survey, which grew out of stakeholder identified needs, will focus specifically on gathering baseline safety and health information among a large, representative national sample of truck drivers. (
  • The 2004 fatality rate for U.S. heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers was 48.2 per 100,000 workers, approximately 11 times the rate for the general worker population. (
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  • Thank you for your interest in the NIOSH survey of truck driver injury and health. (
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  • For instance, Uber drivers often spend long hours on the road, and many of them drive as a side hustle, after getting off working a full day at another job. (
  • Many MVCs are driver-side impact (eg, occur while making left turns), making the older driver more vulnerable and likely to be injured. (
  • In an era characterized by growing environmental consciousness, car servicing has also embraced sustainability. (
  • Through a blend of preventive maintenance, technological prowess, environmental stewardship, and customer-centricity, the art of car servicing ensures that our beloved automobiles continue to navigate the roads with poise and reliability. (
  • Car servicing has evolved significantly, thanks to advancements in technology and the expertise of skilled technicians. (
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  • Safe driving advocates say that it's a bad idea because it's urging other drivers to pull out their cell phone while they're driving and start texting about another driver's habits. (
  • Once you have passed all 3 theory-based tests you will eligible to book practical driver training. (
  • The car sector creates jobs and improves manufacturing capacity to stimulate economic growth. (
  • Older drivers have diminished capacity to withstand trauma. (
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  • Older drivers also on average are driving more miles per year, although still fewer miles than middle-aged drivers. (