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Dear Prof Scott

Do yo feel there should be a Road Traffic Rule for Driving Age Upper Limit i.e. Old people who are above 65 and Above should not be allowed to drive private and self owned vehicles ?.

Do you feel because of old age eyesight, the chances of accidents happening might be more o the road and because of this Road Traffic Office should come out with this rule of prohibiting them to drive vehicles on the road ?.

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant S Akerkar

To get to 65, a person needs a whole lot of common sense to get there. My mom, for example, is well over 65 and has made the decision she can't drive any more. If this isn't clear to a person, they most likely won't live long enough to experience that.

It also depends on whether or not the person praises God. I bet if a survey was taken and divided by age, there would be a higher percentage of Christians in the older categories. Those people God chooses to do his will, however, don't think of themselves as being great, but only know how God is great.

While we're on the subject of age, last time I went to the doctor I found out that I'm older than my pulse. Of course, age is measured in years and pulse is measured in heart beats per minute, but I thought that was kind of cute. My age is 52 and my pulse was only 45.

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Comment | Dear Prof Scott Thank you. Thanks & Regards, Prashant S Akerkar |

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