N.J. MVC Wants To Enforce Vision Exam Retesting For Drivers

vision examThe New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is focusing on enforcing a long-dormant law that requires all motorists to get their vision tested every 10 years, according to a report in the Daily Record. Crash data and other statistics don’t support singling out senior for more testing, though about 245,000 of the 5.9 million registered drivers in New Jersey are at least 80 years old, the paper reported. Star Ledger.

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