Should the elderly be encouraged to drive?
The auto insurance industry, a $100 billion industry in just the U.S., is trying to save itself by encouraging the elderly to drive later in life. Here's the story. But is this a recipe for a greater bloodbath than we already have on our highways?
Elderly fatality rates are sky high, even higher than 16 year olds. The more the elderly drive, the more they die. With driving in decline among young people, the auto industry is trying to train and tech up the elderly to keep them on the road. But is this really good for us? Tell us your thoughts.