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AARP’s popular Driver Safety program is recruiting more local instructors. 

Over the past year, the course has been online-only because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But AARP Missouri plans to train more volunteer presenters for future in-person opportunities. 

Volunteer Charlene Wall, 67, is the program’s new state coordinator. She has been a Driver Safety instructor for seven years and served in many other capacities. 

The four-hour Smart Driver course offers a skills refresher, including information such as the effect of medication on driving and how to adjust your driving because of age-related physical changes. The cost is $21.95 for AARP members and $27.95 for nonmembers. Some auto insurers may offer discounts for completing the course.

Go to aarpdriversafety.org or aarp.org/mo to learn more.

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