In a recent study conducted by the University of Plymouth in the U.K., it was determined that elderly drivers over 70 were no more likely to die on the road than those in their 20s.
They also found that pedestrians over 70 were five times more likely to die from being hit by a car than those 21-29.
In addition, a recent U.S. study concluded that male drivers in their 70s were less of a risk to other drivers than they were at 40.
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