Elderly driving age limits should not be set and would 'penalise' healthy motorists

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However, he warned “unhealthy” drivers should not be given a pass to continue driving purely because they were under a certain threshold.

When asked by Express.co.uk whether Mr Freeman would like to see a maximum limit introduced, he replied simply, “No, not at all”.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Mr Freeman added: “Some people can be 90 and be like a 60-year-old.

“Why should they be penalised if they’ve looked after themselves, kept themselves really fit, not drunk alcohol, done 100 press ups every day.

READ MORE: New proposals should not ‘selectively pick out’ older drivers



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