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Nearly one out of five U.S. drivers is age 65 or older, government says

Preliminary data from the Federal Highway Administration also show there are more drivers today than ever before, an estimated 217 million. Continue reading ? The post Nearly one out of five U.S. drivers is age 65 or older, government says appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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