Driving licence warning issued to elderly drivers amid calls for mandatory fitness tests

Jasmine Will
Jasmine Will 2 Min Read

Elderly motorists are being reminded to renew their driving licences after a recent study found that many thought people should stop driving once they reach an advanced age.

In the UK, any person over the age of 70 must renew their driving licence with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) every three years. Data suggests that there are around 10 million motorists aged 70 and above in the United Kingdom.

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