1. 80+ Year Old’s Who Are Still Allowed to Drive
If you have ever been in the fast lane of the freeway and found someone going 5 miles an hour below the speed limit, worked hard to pass this person and caught a glimpse of a silver-haired person with coke bottle glasses struggling to see over the dashboard, then you probably agree with most of America that, after some point in time, the elderly should have regular driving tests.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. It’s not until, tragically, someone is injured or killed, or an officer spots great grandma trying to park on the golf course that their license gets revoked.