Labor Day is September 1 and the holiday offers thousands of seniors around the nation one more reason to do some traveling. Though travelers flock to the skies and railways as we bid summer goodbye, 90 percent of them will travel by car. Staying safe on the road is increasingly important, especially for seniors driving long distances.
Though a flat tire may not seem like a big deal, experiencing that flat on a lonely darkened highway can quickly turn that scenario into a major problem. As with most things in life, preparation is key to survival So,without further ado, here are a few safety tips to help older drivers as they navigate the holiday hustle and bustle.
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