Motorists over 70 could be banned from driving at night or more than 30 miles from their home if they are in poor health. The proposal is being considered by the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency and Driving Mobility. It is looking into whether elderly drivers should have trackers installed in their cars.
Dr Hilary Jones has insisted that motorists over 70 should be tested.
Speaking to ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Dr Hilary said: “There might be other issues.
“People should certainly inform the DVLA if they’ve become diabetic, on medication of any kind, have seizures.
“I think in terms of age alone that’s not the factor. It’s your ability to drive safely.
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“Look at deaths on the road, most occur with drivers under the age of 20.
“I do believe people should be tested on a regular basis.”
More to follow…