By Kevin Ransom
AOL Car Correspondent
When does one become too old to drive a car? That’s a question currently being pondered more and more by the families of older drivers.
Elderly drivers now account for nearly 20 percent of all motorists, according to the Government Accountability Office. And that number isn’t shrinking in the coming years, because those who make up the first wave of the huge baby-boom generation turned 65 this year.
According to a recent survey from The Hartford and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s AgeLab, almost 1-in-10 adults is now worried about an older family member’s driving.