No one wants to hear they are no longer capable of driving, as it is often associated with a loss of independence and is a sign of significant life changes. It is an awkward conversation for both children and parents, but necessary for everyone's safety. Depending on where you live, no longer driving can make life challenging. As a whole, the United States is not very accessible for people who cannot drive. Our public transportation is lacking, and most towns are spread far enough apart that it makes walking tough.