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The growing number of silver-haired drivers, especially the workforce of the taxi and public light bus, has made road safety become a concern. Hong Kong law requires a person aged 70 or above to undergo health checks when they apply or renew driving licenses, is it adequate to ensure road safety? Should the Government set an upper age limit for driving license holders?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.