With gas prices low and summer weather upon us, hitting the road is a natural activity. And as Consumer Reports recently made clear, older drivers are no exception to this: over 40 million US drivers are over 65, and over 3.5 million people over age 85 continue to have a driver’s license. Is this cause for concern, either for these senior drivers or for those of us who share the road with them? Not according to the latest data, which show that the stereotype of a dangerous older driver is not supported by reality: senior drivers do not seem to pose extra risk on the road- in fact, many older drivers impose limitations on themselves to make their driving experiences safer for everyone. Read more about the latest statistics, and what is being done to ensure safer driving options for seniors, Here. And, if you know someone driving an older car, and want to help them get access to new technology to enhance their driving safety, read the advice of Savvy Senior’s Jim Miller Here.