That's according to this compendium of drivers license laws by Claims Journal and AAA. \"The NMA doesn't believe that states need to increase licensing requirements for older drivers beyond current standards,\" Biller explains. But he does think there could be value in allowing officials the option of re-examining at certain potentially problematic drivers. That approach might offer some protection against the most clearly impaired, potentially dangerous drivers out there. Now That's Interesting Regular retesting of drivers does have a precedent of sorts in another form of transportation.