No matter the cost or concern, some of us have no plans to give up driving- or, therefore, our cars. So, if you see yourself continuing to drive well into your later years, what are the best options for hitting the road? The choice obviously depends on your budget and needs, but some considerations are more universal, including ease of entering and exiting the car, visibility, safety record and how easy the vehicle is to drive. Cheat Sheet has come out with a list of the best new cars for Baby Boomers- take a look Here. And earlier this year, Consumer Reports produced an even more comprehensive chart to compare and contrast the best car options for older drivers. Check out the chart Here. Finally, The AAA Foundation For Traffic Safety just released a survey of older drivers which found that less than 10% of such drivers employ simple measures which could enhance their driving safety. Buckle up and take a look at the survey results Here.