Roadwise Review: A Tool to Help Seniors Drive Safely Longer is a computer program that measures eight physical and mental abilities shown to be the strongest predictors of crash risk among older drivers, and provides feedback to guide the user’s driving decisions.
A vehicle is one of the largest purchases a person can make, so it is critical to find the one that best suits the driver’s needs. AAA worked with the University of Florida Institute for Mobility, Activity, and Participation to help identify smart features for older drivers (SFOD) to optimize their comfort and safety.
AAA is dedicated to keeping seniors driving for as long as safely possible. We also are committed to promoting viable transportation options for seniors who can no longer drive independently. Visit National AAA Senior Driving to discover even more resources that help seniors drive safer and longer.
AAA's Digest of Motor Laws summarizes laws and regulations governing registration and operation of passenger vehicles in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, U.S. possessions, and Canadian provinces.
Since its founding in 1902, AAA has been a leader and advocate for the safety and security for all travelers. AAA urges an inclusive approach to transportation planning, involving all stakeholders working together to develop a comprehensive strategy to provide sustainable, personal mobility choices. Learn about important issues and legislation and how to contact your elected officials concerning these topics.
Older adults are more likely than others to have one or more medical conditions known to impact ability to drive safely.
Whether it’s sharpening your mind and keeping your body fit, choosing the right vehicle to maximize comfort and safety, refreshing your driving skills, or finding ways to get around when driving is no longer a safe option, there are numerous ways seniors can stay active and on the go.