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Fig. 4 | BMC Geriatrics

Fig. 4

From: Adherence to driving cessation advice given to patients with cognitive impairment and consequences for mobility

Fig. 4

Percentages of reported reasons for not walking (n = 23), not cycling (n = 44), and not using public transport (n = 93) (multiple answers possible). *Other included for cycling: feeling insecure on a bicycle, bicycle got stolen, a cycling accident, being hospitalized, and passiveness, and for public transport: costs, being hospitalized, partner dislikes public transport, experience with severe delay, feels nauseous in public transport, cannot take mobility scooter along, and maintaining driving skills

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