A recent survey revealed that a large number of senior citizens still have a valid license, and are continuing to drive. More than 45 million drivers aged over 65 are still on the road, which is a huge increase compared to the early 2000s.
That number is projected to rise significantly in the coming decades, and by 2030, it is expected to reach a staggering 77 million. The rise in modern and complex car technologies has made even the basic model on the market a lot harder to use and understand for seniors.
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