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Renewing your driver licence at age 75 and over

Published: | Category: Older drivers , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, Motorists

This publication contains helpful information for older drivers who want to renew their driver licence. It explains the renewal process and medical requirements and gives advice on preparing for an on-road safety test which may be required.

Guide to the on-road safety test

Published: | Category: Older drivers , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, Medical practitioners, Motorists

This guide is for older drivers who have been referred for an on-road safety test by their doctor. It explains the process for booking, preparing for and taking the on-road safety test, what the test covers and what happens afterwards.  

The road ahead: transport options for seniors

Published: | Category: Older drivers , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, General, Motorists

This guide provides information to:

help you keep driving safely for as long as possible

explains what you need to do to renew your driver licence after you turn 75

suggests ways to get around after you stop driving.  

Ready to ride: keeping safe on your mobility scooter

Published: | Category: Older drivers , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, Motorists

If you currently use a mobility scooter or are considering using one in the future – this booklet is for you. The NZ Transport Agency's The road ahead: transport options for seniors booklet contains more information on alternative transport schemes.  

Supporting senior drivers

Published: | Category: Older drivers , Safe driving , Leaflets & brochures | Audiences: Communities, Motorists

Many older people rely on their car to get around. Having a car makes it easy to go shopping, get to appointments and catch up with friends – without having to ask anyone else for help. Some people will be able to keep driving well into their 80s and 90s. Others may have to stop driving because they can’t renew their driver licence after they turn 75. If you have an older friend or relative who is still driving, you can help them:

keep a check on whether they’re still able to drive safely
plan ahead so they can get around safely and easily if they have to stop driving for any reason. This booklet suggests ways you can help them stay mobile for as long as possible – with or without a car.
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