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Evaluate Your Driving Ability

With years of experience behind the wheel, senior drivers likely are among the safest on the road. However, skills and abilities required for safe driving do deteriorate with age. The good news is that a few simple actions often can provide older drivers with years of safe driving.

To learn more about your driving abilities to drive safely, check out the resources below. They range from self-screening exercises to professionally administered assessments and feature a variety of tools that rate everything from driving skills to physical limitations and medical conditions of senior drivers.

Do you know the rules of the road? Test your driving knowledge by taking this brief interactive quiz.

Driving Knowledge Quiz

Directions: Mark "True" or "False" to answer each question.

1 The recommended hand position on the steering wheel is "10 and 2" (as in the hands of a clock).


Self-Rating Tool

Learn about your driving skills and habits by answering 15 short questions in a printable online brochure, and receive quick tips for senior drivers. Learn More »


Interactive Driving Evaluation

Use online, confidential AAA Roadwise Review exercises in the privacy of your home to see if visual, mental and physical conditions affect your driving skills and driving abilities. Learn More »


Professional Assessment

To really understand your current driving abilities, consider getting an in-depth driving skills evaluation or clinical assessment by a trained professional. Learn More »