That is, old drivers. Old people who still know how to drive, including Spike's 101-year-old grandmother-in-law are OK with me. But, I just got my car back after another accident a week ago, and tonight when I was driving to grab some late food, I got hit AGAIN. I was traveling east through a green light in the left lane of a 4-lane road. A guy facing north at the intersection decided to make a right on red (legal) across both lanes (not legal) right in front of me. Since it had just started raining a few minutes earlier the road was at its slipperiest, and I couldn't prevent contact entirely, so I went up onto the median, busting my left steer tire. My mad driving skills made minimal damage though - Just a small dent above my right steer tire, and we swapped paint gently enough that it'll wipe off. So the guy says "I think we should call the cops." I concurred. So he dialed 911 on his cell phone, and he said it wouldn't connect. He had to try again to get that right - Then, he didn't know where we were, he had to ask me what road we were on and what the crossing street was (that he has just turned off of). Looking at the accident report: Date of Birth, 7-28-1924. So, he turns 84 in a couple weeks. Yet, he seemed to think he was capable of driving late at night in a rainstorm. This is the second time someone in that age range has hit me. The first time, I damn near got killed. When is someone going to do something about old people who can't drive? I think that our society has gotten too dependent on driving - The houses aren't near the stores, etc. - So people that shouldn't be driving have no choice but to continue. At least he got a ticket: And now I get to deal with another one.