— Distracted Driving 101: It May Save Your Life Making a call on your phone. Changing the radio station. Turning to talk to kids in the back seat. These are minor tasks, but distracted driving can lead to the same devastating results as driving under the influence. Are your habits—or those of your loved one—putting you at risk? Now you can do something about it. Register now for the AARP webinar, Distracted Driving 101 on April 25, 2017 at 6 p.m. CT, …

The AARP Driver Safety course can help you brush up on your driving skills and develop safe driving strategies.

— In support of Veterans Day (November 11), AARP Driver Safety will offer the AARP Smart Driverâ„¢ online course for 30% off for the entire month of November. From November 1 – 30, AARP members and non-members can save 30% when they take the online course by entering the promotion code VETFB during registration and checkout. Participants can register at bit.ly/adsSO. Salute our VETERANS by striding towards safer driving. After registering, participants will have 60 days to complete the course in …

— If you live in the Jefferson City area, you have an opportunity to refresh your driving skills with the AARP Smart Driver Course sponsored by AARP Chapter #4401. The course teaches defensive driving techniques, shares proven safety strategies, and provides updates on new traffic laws and rules of the road. Help make the roadways safer by attending on Thursday, April 7, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. t0 3:00 p.m. The course will be held at the Primrose Retirement Community, 1214 Freedom …

— Cars have changed…and so have traffic rules, driving conditions and the roads we drive on every day. To help keep our roadways safer, the AARP Driver Safety Program in Missouri is seeking instructors in the areas of the Boot Heel, North Nodaway County, St. Joseph, Kirksville, Columbia, Jefferson City, Arnold and Pacific. The AARP Driver Safety Program is a great way to give back to your community. Wit the help of volunteers in these areas, we can make the AARP …

— If you’re looking for a way to give back, AARP Missouri has a volunteer opportunity for you – and at the same time you can help make your communities safer. How? Become a Driver Safety Program volunteer classroom instructor. There are opportunities across the state – rural and suburban locales – that need you to help individuals who want to refresh their driving skills and stay safe on today’s roadways. The Driver Safety Program classroom course teaches: • Defensive driving …