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Re(2): Over 70?

Bob Stephens, I am 75 years of age and have held a drivers licence, up to my current HR class and a Motor Cycle Rider licence, for more than 58 years. I last received a speeding ticket in 1983, at 3am whilst driving a 10 speed Road Ranger equipped coach, within 300-400 yards of pulling out from a comfort stop (you figure) and I have had no accidents. I must be a real risk. Mr Hartley may have been making a broad statement but his position means he would have a large number who would accept his opinion. I think I am a safe driver, one whose reflexes would not be as sharp as they once were, but I believe that I, and most experienced drivers learn to drive within their limitations.


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