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Old 01-27-2014, 05:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If he's happy just let him be, it's not something that can't be replaced, he may wreck it or total it, but at least he will be safe and driving something he picked out and wanted.

in his early 70's it seems he's a bit young to be restricted in his driving.



although I've noticed in retirement and when idled people start to lose some of their abilities, and while I'm far from a doctor or in anyway helpful in human health, get him interested in some hobbies, or gardening. That always seemed to change my grandfather for the better in judgement, reactions, an overall health. Granted I'm not sure where the glass of jack Daniels every morning played into that, but, it worked.



just my .02 I'm sure someone here has better advice than that.
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