Even if you have an unblemished driving record, you may not be as safe behind the wheel as you think you are. Age-related changes…to vision, hearing, reflexes, distractibility and more…can sneak up unnoticed. Medical conditions and medications also can impair driving. Plus everyone needs great tips on how to drive safely at night or during bad weather.

Read below how to keep yourself (and everyone around you!) safe on the road…

Age and Health Issues

When Is It Safe to Drive After a Stroke?

Underactive Thyroid Can Impair Driving

How Not to Turn Into an “Old Driver”

Unsafe at Any Speed…Is Someone You Love Too Old to Drive?

Driving Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

Driving a Hybrid with an Implantable Cardiac Device—Is It Safe?

Driving at Night…and Under Extreme Conditions

How to See Better at Night

Having Trouble Driving at Night? 10 Ways to See Better

The Driving Danger That You’re Ignoring

Stop Driving Drowsy! How to Stay Awake at the Wheel

Safer Driving in a Blizzard

Driving in Fog

Alcohol and Medications

Drugs That Increase the Risk for Car Crashes

Even Just a Little Alcohol Makes Driving Dangerous

One Drink Too Many…

Road Safety Alert for Walkers, Runners and Cyclers

Great Safety Tips

For Safer Driving, Put a Baby Photo On Board

The Ancient Secret That Can Make Driving Stress-Free

Safe-Driving Strategies for Small-Car Owners

Hazards of Car Backup Cameras

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