Old and deadly: Japan’s drive to beat elderly road menace

Kanuma (Japan) (AFP) – A series of fatal crashes caused by elderly drivers in Japan has left authorities desperately grappling for ways to clamp down on a problem that experts warn is only going to get worse as the population ages. Drivers over 65 were …
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