6,784 people 65 and older were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2017, a decrease of 1% in the number of fatalities in this group from 2016 (6,846) making up 18% of all traffic fatalities (the same as 2016).
Between 2008 and 2017, the number of older people in the U.S. increased by 31%, while the total population of all ages increased by 7%.
These resources will provide help for those who need to have conversations with older drivers about their driving abilities. The DriveWell Toolkit is also available with additional resources.
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