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Licensing renewal provisions can be tougher for older drivers

January 28, 2012
By DAVE WERNER (dwerner151@verizon.net) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

License renewal in NYS is every eight years, with no special provisions for older drivers. The last time my now-deceased mother-in-law renewed her license, she was 88 years old and was surprised that her new license didn't expire until she was 96. Incidentally, she gave up the privilege to drive shortly after her renewal. The point here is that all she had to do was to pass an eye test and was good to go until 96.

 
 
 

 

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