The oldest Dutch driver is 103

There are 22 people over the age of 100 in the Netherlands who still hold a valid driving licence, the oldest of whom is 103, according to figures from the driving licence service RDW.

In addition, 1,060,000 people over the age of 70 have passed an extra check-up and are still allowed to drive. The age for the compulsory check is being raised to 75 next year.

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