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I doubt I will be, but I hope if I get to a certain point that I can no longer drive efficiently(efficiency - the ability to be able to recognize and respond to situations quickly and safely - being

an integral part of driving safety) that I no longer need to.

If you find yourself doing any of these things frequently:
Stopping at green lights, slamming on your brakes for no reason, backing up into(and almost getting stuck in) ditches, swerving into oncoming traffic at 15mph blocking both lanes of a high speed two lane highway because you're confused or lost(after backing up into, and almost getting stuck in a ditch), turning into high speed traffic without taking a single look in either direction, or can't drive over 30mph, or just sluggish or stupid acting, please please please! Consider an alternative to driving...


There's a real possibility you're going to get hit and killed by a truck anyway...

So for your own safety and the safety of others consider an alternative.

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You just disabled a countryful of people between the ages of 70 to 95.

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Anonymous wrote:
You just disabled a countryful of people between the ages of 70 to 95.

If they can't drive they're already disabled. I didn't do anything to anyone.

I wonder if you'll be so quick to show concern about these drivers when they pull out and hit you.

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Anonymous wrote:
You just disabled a countryful of people between the ages of 70 to 95.

If they can't drive they're already disabled. I didn't do anything to anyone.

I wonder if you'll be so quick to show concern about these drivers when they pull out and hit you.

I ride a motorcycle - you're preaching to the choir. I've had my share of close calls - many newly licensed drivers to boot....so, it's not as if.

You have to be more specific about what you mean by "disabled" other than bad performance. I've had bad road days - nothing that would endanger others though.
Had a parking lot mishap - totally my fault. Should I head into DMV and turn in my licence?

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My dad, at 84 yrs old, had his drivers license revoked and failed his subsequent driving tests. He STILL drove, without a DL, until I disabled the car. He's now in an Alzheimers ward with my mother.

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BigWilly! wrote:
My dad, at 84 yrs old, had his drivers license revoked and failed his subsequent driving tests. He STILL drove, without a DL, until I disabled the car. He's now in an Alzheimers ward with my mother.

That's sad and it sucks. it's good he's not on the road putting himself and others at risk though! My aunt went thought it too :\

Some folks don't have something as horrible as Alzheimer's to blame though. They're just naturally stupid I think lol

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That's why I generally stay out in rural areas since, percentages being equivalent to the city, there just isn't as high a concentration of idiots per square mile.

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