Sentencing reports suggested Cheung needed extra time for cognitive tasks and the 71-year old did not have good hand-eye coordination. Photo: David Wong Sentencing reports suggested Cheung needed extra time for cognitive tasks and the 71-year old did not have good hand-eye coordination. Photo: David Wong
Sentencing reports suggested Cheung needed extra time for cognitive tasks and the 71-year old did not have good hand-eye coordination. Photo: David Wong

A review is needed of licensing procedures for elderly drivers

The deaths of five passengers when a truck driven by a 71-year-old hit a minibus should be a cue to ask if we have the right checks for the growing number of ageing road users

Sentencing reports suggested Cheung needed extra time for cognitive tasks and the 71-year old did not have good hand-eye coordination. Photo: David Wong Sentencing reports suggested Cheung needed extra time for cognitive tasks and the 71-year old did not have good hand-eye coordination. Photo: David Wong
Sentencing reports suggested Cheung needed extra time for cognitive tasks and the 71-year old did not have good hand-eye coordination. Photo: David Wong
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