There’s a strong sentiment in the General Assembly to create new rules for testing older drivers. Delegate Tim Hugo (R-Centreville) authored a measure that deals with driving exams. Hugo (pictured) wants to require that drivers visit a DMV branch to get a new vision test once they reach 75. The current Virginia law allows a driver to wait until he or she turns 80. Hugo’s bill has easily cleared the House of Delegates.
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