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Driver's ed not just for teens anymore

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February 27, 2014
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Lured by the prospect of lower car insurance rates, older drivers are taking driver safety courses where they're learning about changes in the roads, cars and technology, and how they can adapt to age-related challenges. (Feb. 27) Video provided by AP


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