Prince Philip Hands Over His Driver's License
Some in the U.K. questioned whether the 97-year-old should legally be allowed to drive after he was involved in a car crash last month.
The Duke of Edinburgh won't be getting behind the wheel of a car anymore. Buckingham Palace says the queen's husband is giving up his driver's license.
Back in January, the British royal was involved in a car crash that left him unharmed, but injured the driver and a passenger in the other vehicle. And two days later, Prince Philip was spotted not wearing a seat belt while out driving.
The two incidents prompted some people in the U.K. to question whether the 97-year-old should legally be allowed to drive, despite having an up-to-date license at the time.
Under British law, Philip could have kept driving as long as he renewed his license every three years and self-reported any medical problems that could impair his driving. British drivers are not required to pass a vision exam each time they renew their license. So long as they claim they can read a license plate from 20 meters — or 65 feet — away, they're good to go.
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