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Driving Rules for Older Oklahoma City Drivers

By April 29, 2013June 9th, 2020No Comments

Oklahoma man driving showing his hands on steering wheelA look at the rules governing drivers’ licenses for older adults.

Licenses are renewed every four years, with no special provisions for any age.

Licenses are based on a person’s driving and being able to pass a written and vision test, and “that’s for someone who’s 16 or 90,” said Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Betsy Randolph.

People can file what’s called a “request for action” with the Department of Public Safety if they’re concerned about a driver’s safety, and the person has 60 days to come in for a hearing so officials can evaluate next steps.