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Driver Safety

News and Notes from AARP Michigan
AARP Ride@50+℠ Program connects local transportation options onto one platform; offers free rides for COVID-19 vaccines
More than 4,000 Michigan motorists earn or renew their AARP Smart Driver certificate each year. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the course has moved fully online via an easy-to-navigate program that works on computers, tablets and smartphones.
Ride@50+ provides a single point of access to review, compare, and book local transportation, including public transit, rideshare, volunteer drivers, specialty services, and taxi cabs.
They came to make sure their cars were adjusted properly to fit them and help keep them safe on the road.
Dr. Sandra Simmons, a veteran AARP Michigan Driver Safety instructor from Midland, has been selected to receive the Richard H. Austin Traffic Safety Award.
Join AARP Michigan in recognizing and honoring Veterans this November
AARP Volunteer Robert Smith of Franklin was honored during the Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission (GTSAC) annual awards presentation at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center on March 22 in East Lansing for his dedication to the AARP Driver Safety Program.
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