I would have loved to have found a different way of doing it, but my dad had been driving with extremely low BP, and in 98 degree heat, and he would promise to not drive, but then sneak off, so I told him the other day that I had no choice but to keep the keys. I added that if his health should get better, I would give them back, but that the family would feel responsible if an accident happened. Brother and sister in law would never confront him, and would have let him crawl to the driver's seat if need be. He did not take it well and my siblings have hinted that his health problems are worse because I took his keys. I see him more often and he has been getting more feeble BEFORE the keys were taken. I have taken him anywhere he wanted to go and so have other members of the family. He has calmed down and seems resigned, but now they are hinting that they should be looking after his medical care. Today they hinted that the doctor that I took him to doesn't know what he is talking about... things seem to be headed in a bad direction. It's like they want to get all of my father's attention, and cut me out of the loop. I feel like asking where they have been for the past fifteen years or so - suddenly wanting to take over care? Has anyone else taken the keys and dealt with fallout from other family members?