Seniors have unique car needs. Arthritis Foundation has identified the features that make a car senior-friendly. The vehicle should be easy to get in and out of, with good visibility all around, control buttons that do not require turning, and if available, rear view camera to prevent neck craning, and extra-bright headlights to help with night driving. Furthermore, optional safety features, such as blind spot warning, front-collision warning, and automatic braking, are very helpful to prevent collisions. A large trunk for storing mobility scooter, cane, or walker also helps if it's not too hard to access.