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AARP Driver Safety Class
To be held Feb. 28

Cars and traffic rules have changed. Personal physical changes caused by aging are all reasons why you should take the AARP Driver Safety Course.

Get up to speed and learn about:

•  The two reasons that cause 65% of crashes involving older drivers
•  Defensive techniques and new traffic laws
•  How to handle problem situations, left hand turns, and right –of-way challenges
•  Plus interstate highways, trucks and blind spots

This course was designed especially for drivers over 50, although any licensed driver may enroll and benefit. First taught three decades ago, it is often updated to reflect new technology, and uses an excellent participant manual and video. No test, just self-graded quizzes.

Many insurance companies offer a multi-year auto insurance premium discount for finishing this course. Ask your insurance agent. Taking this course will help make you a safe driver.

AARP Driver Safety Class is hosted by Council on Rural Services. There is a $12.00 per person fee for AARP members; $14.00 for others. All participants will receive a Certificate of Completion after finishing the class. Bring your driver’s license and AARP membership card to class. Pre-registration is requested.

Where: Council on Rural Services 116 East Third Street Greenville, Ohio
When: February 28, 2012, 12:00 to 4:00 pm
To Pre-register call:  Pete Trocano 937-968-3070

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