Alan Humphrey in his 1932 Ford Y-Type
Senior Sunday drivers racing heritage stock cars show no signs of slowing down as they approach the finish line. One such driver is 68-year-old Alan Humphrey from Cornwall, who has just racked up his 50th event since the rebirth of his racing career, when he was 64. Alan who is now approaching his 70th birthday shows no sign of slowing down. Read all about Alan and his friends exploits in this article by Cornwall Live by clicking here
During this break from driving, older drivers’ driving capabilities could decline and their cars be inadequately maintained. This means older drivers would be at increased risk when they resume driving. To counter this, Gloucestershire Older Drivers Forum have produced four safety bulletins to provide advice for older drivers and their families during the lock-down period. These cover car care, maintaining driving skills and, when eventually it is safe to do so, planning to get back on the road. They also include advice if an older driver decides this is an appropriate time to retire from driving.Click here or visit Gloucestershire page under the ‘Area’ tab on the web site. The advice regarding the car battery is very useful.