My 93-year-old father and mother live in the middle of nowhere. It is an hour ride to doctors, food shopping, and prescriptions, etc. They drive into the city of Binghamton at least 4 times a week, sometimes just to go for dinner. They are very proud of the fact that it takes the 2 of them to drive. Dad is losing his ability to find his way around town. My mother is navigator and has to tell Dad about stop signs, lights, yielding, and danger ahead. Dad just drives. My mother doesn't drive because of eye problems. When my mother had to go to the hospital, Dad could not find his way home. We have seen so many bad judgment calls by my Dad like driving 40 in fast lane on thruways that are 65 miles an hour. He never uses blinkers. They have 5 children, I being one of them. WE had a doctor sign a paper for the Pennsylvania department of motor vehicles to do a drivers test. My sister has it and doesn't want to mail it because if he looses his license he would be unable to drive to local church or Mom's hairdresser. Has anyone had an experience similar to this? How did you handle it?