Elderly drivers could see major changes to every road across the UK to boost safety


    He also called for the replacement of some T-junctions with either mini roundabouts or traffic lights to make turning right at a junction safer for older motorists.

    The general driving ability was then assessed by the members at the event, hosted by former Blue Peter television presenter Valerie Singleton.

    Charles Musselwhite, a professor at Aberystwyth University, who specialises in psychology, said older people were “pretty safe drivers”.

    He pointed to research which shows there is an increase in collisions from 75 years of age onwards, particularly those over 85.


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