(Earlville, NY – July 2012) An AARP Driver Safety Class will be conducted at the Earlville Senior Center on July 12. The class will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m. To register call Penny Billings at 315-691-2672.

The Earlville Senior Center is in the American Legion Hall on North Main Street/Rte 12 B near the village boarder. Be sure to bring a lunch, driver’s license, a pen and perhaps a seat cushion to use on metal chairs.

The instructor is Bob Bond.

The AARP Driver Safety Program is a 6-hour classroom refresher course for drivers 50 and older.  Specifically it identifies ways older drivers can compensate for physical changes that occur with aging.  It is a safety based course and will explore changes in vehicles, roads, laws and particular driving requirements and driver attitudes since we began to drive years ago.
Participation in discussions is encouraged.

By martha

One thought on “Driver Safety Class Offered”
  1. I think a safety driver course for older people is a good idea. Some states even force older drivers to renew their license every year, instead of every 4 years.
    While I was browsing around for information about dmv appointments and driver licenses, I used YourDriversLicense.org

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