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Evaluating Drivers Licensed with Medical Conditions in Utah, 1992-1996
The Utah Driver License Division operates a specialized licensing program for drivers who have medical conditions. The program's guideline describes the physical, mental and emotional capabilities appropriate for various types of driving and determines license eligibility by medical condition or functional ability category, and functional ability level (1-12). The intent was to create the least restrictive program possible that was consistent with public safety. Drivers who are licensed with medical conditions may receive a full unrestricted or restricted license depending on their functional ability level. Restricted licenses may include speed, area and/or time of day limitations.

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Using Linked Data to Evaluate Motor Vehicle Crashes Involving Elderly Drivers in Connecticut Also available in .pdf
This report examines motor vehicle crashes occurring in Connecticut during 1995, using several linked data sets. The findings reported herein illustrate the usefulness of using linked data sets to perform this type of analysis. Alone, each data set could not provide the type and depth of information provided by the group of linked data sets.

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