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AAA Program to Help Senior Citizens Drive

AAA Program to Help Senior Citizens Drive



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PROVO, Utah (AP)-- AAA has designed a program that could help Utah senior citizens keep their driver's licence.

AAA officials have created a new interactive computer program to help older drivers gauge their abilities behind the wheel, including peripheral vision, leg strength, head and neck flexibility and memory.

The group released this latest program called Roadwise Review yesterday.

AAA officials say the program is designed to help seniors assess their driving and identify trouble areas.

The Roadwise Review program is available for free.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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