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Getting the Authorities Involved?
by: Anonymous

I read with interest your problem. I too have this issue as there are more dings and bumps cropping up on the far corners of the car.

When we discuss this issue my mother says "they have been there for years...mind your own business".

I really have no clue as the alternative takes extra time out of my day that I do not have, but would rather take a deep breath and do this instead of her getting injured and going to a nursing home prematurely, not to mention if someone else gets hurt due to her faulty driving.

Would love to hear others' opinions on this as well...

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by: Anonymous

Notify her doctor who will notify Department of Motor Vehicles and they will send her a letter asking her to turn in her permit. We did that with my Mother and while she was angry for a day then it was over and she forgot all about it.

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