— South Carolina drivers 50+ can now take advantage of a four-hour AARP Driver Safety Program thanks to a recent change in state law. A bill sponsored by Senator Wes Hayes (R-York) which passed the General Assembly and was signed into law will shorten class time, but not affect the curriculum and instruction. AARP Driver Safety volunteers and instructors would like to thank Senators Hayes, Ronnie Cromer (R- Newberry), Katrina Shealy (R-Lexington), John Scott (D- Richland) and Thomas Alexander (R-Oconee). We’d …