Oct 15, 2012 (Talk of the Nation) — For older drivers and their families, the conversation about giving up the car keys can be wrenching. Driving, for many, means independence and the transition to life without a car can be challenging, particularly for those who live alone or in areas with limited access to public transportation.
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GuestsElizabeth Dugan, associate professor of gerontology, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Dr. Donald Redelmeier, professor of medicine, University of Toronto
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