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The Axtens — Teresa, 78, and Bill, 80 — recently drove to Lake George in their Dodge Caravan. The Amesbury couple says the state should test drivers more frequently at age 70 or 75.

Data on crashes may stall senior discount

State's insurers scrutinize coverage

By Bruce Mohl
Globe Staff / April 23, 2006

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For almost 30 years, elderly drivers in Massachusetts have enjoyed a benefit no one else has: a 25 percent discount on auto insurance premiums, worth about $250 on this year's bills. (Full article: 1200 words)

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