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Driving Decisions Workbook

Driving Decisions Workbook


The goal of this self assessment workbook is to help elder drivers increase their self-awareness and knowledge about age-related changes that affect safe driving. The aim is extending safe driving.

The workbook contains five sections that have been identified as areas impacting safe driving:

  • On The Road
  • Seeing
  • Thinking
  • Getting Around
  • Health

Each section will take 5-10 minutes to complete. Within each section, there are questions on different topics. Once the participant has circled his/her answer there are arrows that connect from certain answers to feedback. The feedback provides information about certain problems and suggestions on how to deal with those problems.13

Where to Obtain

Can be downloaded here:

PDF Link

Who is originally responsible for this Tool?

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Transportation Research Institute, Social and Behavioral Analysis Division, Eby, D. W, Molnar, L. J., Shope, J. T

Assessment Comparison Matrix

Overwhelmed by all of the choices and assessment varieties? Included is a handy reference chart that will help in the decision making process.

Assessment Comparison Matrix