Americans for Older Driver Safety’s aim is to advocate for safer roads for older drivers and all Americans. Susan Cohen and Mitchell Krasnopoler founded Americans for Older Driver Safety in 2012 following the 2011 death of their 20- year-old son, Nathan. An 83-year old driver making a right turn crossed into the bicycle lane where Nathan was riding resulting in the fatal crash that took his life. Learn more.
The mission of Americans for Older Driver Safety is to advocate for safer roads through driver education, assessment, retraining and transitioning; and to raise public awareness of the safety risks related to unmonitored changes in driver abilities.