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Prince Phillip is driving again at the age of 97..and he's caught with no seatbelt..it's a mad world Club
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#2
Oh no.
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#3
The horror! 😱
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(01-20-2019, 09:52 PM)Joturbo Wrote: Prince Phillip is driving again at the age of 97..and he's caught with no seatbelt..it's a mad world Club


Never heard of a 97 yr old driving before, thats funny and so cool  Big Grin
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(01-21-2019, 01:39 AM)Serenity1 Wrote:
(01-20-2019, 09:52 PM)Joturbo Wrote: Prince Phillip is driving again at the age of 97..and he's caught with no seatbelt..it's a mad world Club


Never heard of a 97 yr old driving before, thats funny and so cool  Big Grin

no love, its not funny. People could have died. This 97 year old should not be driving anything, with or without a seatbelt
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Well i have been around young drivers as well as elderky ...one may be as bad as the other to be honest .

Elderly usually know their limitations if they are of sound mind
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Prince Philip hasn't been of sound mind for decades. Some of the stuff that comes out of his mouth...
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A 97 year old's reactions are inevitably slower than younger people, I see them all the time driving at snail's pace presumably because they aren't feeling confident and at that point they should deffo not be driving.
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I have an auntie who was forced to give up her license after just a minor bump - and she's still in her 60's. She is getting forgetful to the point that everybody's worrying that she's developing Alzheimer's - so maybe it was a good thing that she stopped driving. But it's just the fact that Prince Philip is still allowed to continue driving at such an old age.
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(01-21-2019, 02:48 AM)Jently Wrote: A 97 year old's reactions are inevitably slower than younger people, I see them all the time driving at snail's pace presumably because they aren't feeling confident and at that point they should deffo not be driving.

For sure but not driving like they are in a Nascar event
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