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RICHMOND — A Virginia state senator has filed a bill that would require older Virginia drivers to test more often to renew their licenses.
The bill would lower the age to 75 from 80 for mandatory in-person license renewal with a vision test, and require anyone 75 or older to renew every five years rather than the current eight-year mandate.
It would provide for a course in crash prevention for older drivers and make that course an option in levying sentences for driving offenses.
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