Part of the natural cycle of life is when the loved ones who first taught you to drive as a teen begin to lose their own ability to drive safely. It can be a difficult and awkward conversation to have, but it is for their safety, as well as for the safety of those who share the roads with them. Even if the seniors in your life are not yet at the point where driving is becoming a hazard, it will happen eventually. According to the Census Bureau, the number of Americans 65 and older will explode from 47.6 in 2015 million to an astounding 72.7 million in 2030. Whether you try and delay the topic or face it head on, it will be a discussion most of us will be forced to have at some time in the future.