There could be even longer lines at the Department of Motor Vehicles if nearly two-thirds of Americans have their way. 66% of adults nationally think licensed drivers should be required to re-take their road test once they reach the age of 65. 32% believe another road test is not necessary, and 3% are unsure.
Not surprisingly, younger Americans are more in favor of the suggestion than are older ones. Most — 84% — of those younger than 30 years old, 76% of those 30 to 44, and 62% of those aged 45 to 59 think re-testing drivers at age 65 should be mandatory. Even 48% of those 60 or older agree.