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A look at the rules governing drivers’ licenses for older adults.

Licenses are renewed every four years, with no special provisions for any age.

Licenses are based on a person’s driving and being able to pass a written and vision test, and “that’s for someone who’s 16 or 90,” said Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Betsy Randolph.

People can file what’s called a “request for action” with the Department of Public Safety if they’re concerned about a driver’s safety, and the person has 60 days to come in for a hearing so officials can evaluate next steps.

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