Mature Drivers

Your safety, security and peace of mind is always AAA’s primary focus. The following links provide information to enhance your safety and sense of well-being.

Mature driverAAA Resource Center for Senior Drivers

The AAA Senior Driving website has useful information and tools to help seniors drive safer and longer.

Evaluate Your Driving Ability

Understanding Mind & Body Changes

Improve Your Driving Skills

Maintain Mobility & Independence

AAA Helps Mature Drivers Choose “Smart” Vehicles

Because many of the changes our bodies experience as we age can affect our ability to safely operate a vehicle, AAA recommends mature drivers look for vehicles with features that address their specific needs and health issues. Learn More

Driver Improvement Course

Become a Safer Driver » – Online Course
Learn how to hone your driving skills and learn about new vehicle technology and driving tips for today’s drivers. AAA’s Roadwise Driver is an online course designed to help you be a better, safer driver. This course will also allow licensed Colorado Drivers, 55 years of age or older, to receive a mandatory reduction on insurance rates for three years.

Driving Self-Assessment Tools

AAA RoadWise Review » – Roadwise Review is a free self-assessment tool that allows mature drivers to consider their driving strengths and weaknesses on their own, in a non-confrontational way. The software can be used annually, like a regular doctor’s check-up, to assess changes in your driving ability.

Mature Driver Checklist »
Understand the mind and body changes that commonly affect our driving as we age.

Carfit »
CarFit is an educational program that offers older adults the opportunity to check how well their personal vehicles “fit” them.

Resources for Family and Friends

Know When to be Concerned »
Look for patterns of common warning signs and the amount of danger they pose to the senior driver and others.

Having “The Talk” with an Elderly Parent or Relative »
Helpful advice so you won’t dread sitting down with your elderly mother or father to discuss giving up the car keys.

Help Seniors Stay Independent »
Most adults will be safe to drive well into their 70s, 80s and 90s, but some may need to find other ways to get around. A variety of transportation options are available.