Cars: We Need a better way to get in and out

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from: Longevity Explorers | Eskaton Village Carmichael

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This "problem that needs solving" comes from a friend of mine. Getting in and out of a car is hard when one gets older. Especially if one has arthritis, or a hip replacement, or any one of a number of other conditions that accompany growing older.

Members of the Eskaton Village Carmichael Longevity Collective Circle shed some light on the finer points of this issue in the discussion below.

[Ed. Note: As sometimes happens, some other members of our community suggested some "solutions" to the problem discussed here, and the image you see is a product one can buy for this purpose. See comments for more discussion.]

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from Eskaton Village Carmichael circle discussion Oct. 30, 2014

 

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