Senior given DriveAble test without warning

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To the Editor:

(Re: “DriveAble test unfairly singles out senior drivers”)

I totally agree with the letter written by Anton Skerbinc.

I was called into the doctor’s office for a driver’s licence renewal examination, or so I thought. I was under the impression it was going to be a physical fitness exam. I was given no warning that I would be asked to take a cognitive test. This I found very disturbing because I had no knowledge that DriveAble was in effect. There was not enough information given to the general public.

I feel that all Liberal MLAs should be required to take a cognitive test to assess their mental abilities before they assume office.

David Oliver

Creston