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Older Drivers

346 people lost their lives in older driver-related crashes on Nevada roads between 2016-2020.

The Nevada Crash Data Dashboard provides information on who is involved in older driving fatalities and fatal crashes, where and when these crashes occurred, and why they happened. Nevada’s strategies to reduce older driving fatalities and serious injuries are listed below.

Zero Fatalities
Task Force Leaders

Vice Chair: Xochitl Kambak, Healthy Living Institute UMC

Facilitator: Tim Burrows, Kimley-Horn

  1. Promote and educate older drivers and family members on comprehensive driving evaluations and encourage early planning to transition from driving.
  2. Incorporate roadway design features to meet the mobility needs of older drivers.
  3. Expand transportation choices to improve the mobility options for older drivers.
NHTSA to Allow Adaptive Driving Beam Headlights on New Vehicles, Improving Safety for Drivers, Pedestrians, and CyclistsLink2022
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In-Vehicle Technology Use and
Associated Factors Among Older Drivers
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2018 Older Driver Traffic Safety FactsPDF04/2020
Before You Give Up The Keys: Create a Roadmap for Transportation IndependencePDF08/2022
Dementia Support ToolboxPDF08/2022
2022-2023 Clark County Royal Pages: A directory of programs and services geared toward the senior and disabled populationPDF08/2022
Promoting Older Driver Safety and Mobility in Your Community