You’ve noticed; your mother’s car has a new ding on the fender. Then one day you see her roar in front of an SUV as she pulls out of your driveway, the other driver barely avoiding a collision. As your mother’s car disappears down the street, you can’t help but notice that she seems totally oblivious of the chaos in her wake. If you’ve begun to recognize that your mom or your dad’s driving skills are not what they once were, you are not alone. But what should you do about it? Is it time to take away the car keys? How do you know for sure? If you’ve caught yourself wondering what horrible things could happen if you delay acting on your concerns, what should you do? If you’ve realized your parent’s driving is a danger to themselves as well as others in their path, how should you go about approaching the topic of taking the car keys away? If questions like these have started to haunt you, this is the right report for you to read. Lynn Oliver has done a tremendous job in helping you discern if your parent should or should not continue driving. And, if you come to realize it’s time for your parent to give up her keys, Lynn has many great suggestions on how to handle your key removal mission as painlessly as possible. Oliver also has a ton of stories, suggestions, and helpful resources that will not only comfort you, but aid you in your quest to do the right thing. If you are struggling with the dilemma of a parent who shouldn’t be driving, Let Lynn Oliver come to your rescue in this wonderful report, How to Take the Car Keys from Mom or Dad from Jubilant Press; Instant information to change your life.
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