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Mind & Cognition

As you get older, your brain needs more time to process information, making it more difficult to ignore distractions. The good news is that mature judgment, years of driving experience and good driving habits often can help senior drivers compensate for some diminished cognitive abilities.

Cognition is the ability to remember information like locations or destinations and recognize and respond to things such as traffic signs and pavement markings. When driving, it involves being able to focus and make sound decisions in a hurry to avoid a crash.

Learn more about severe cognitive impairments such as dementia, and how driving can be affected. Also, learn how seniro drivers can prevent aging-related cognitive decline by getting plenty of physical exercise and keeping your mind active.


Driving & Dementia

An older driver with dementia will eventually become unable to drive, due to challenges with reaction time and decision-making. Become an expert at detecting early warning signs of dementia. Learn More »


Keep Your Mind & Body Fit

Strength, coordination, flexibility and reaction times all have a major impact on your ability to drive safely. Understand the symptoms of decreased physical and mental fitness and what you can do about them. Learn More »