Eunice Moore, 90, wants to keep driving as long as she can. Although a daughter living in Blue Grass “is always taking me someplace,” Moore said, she likes the convenience of being able to get into her 1995 Chevy Lumina for short trips around Davenport.
The decision to stop driving is one of the most wrenching decisions an older adult can make. Driving means being able to go wherever you want, whenever you want and means not having to depend on others.
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