Driver Safety

Driver safety
The February course in Ashland will offer tips for reducing the likelihood of a crash
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Simple steps like checking your car battery and keeping certain supplies in the trunk can make all the difference.
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The AARP Smart Driver™ course will help you refresh your driving skills! You’ll learn: How to reduce driver distractions.Important facts about the effects of medication on driving. How to maintain the proper following distance behind another car.Proper use of safety belts, air bags, anti-lock brakes and new technology found in cars today.Techniques for handling left turns, right-of-way, and roundabouts.Age-related physical changes and how to adjust your driving to compensate.
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‘CarFit’ checkup Helps Older Drivers Maximize Comfort & Safety
Volunteer Opportunities in Texas with AARP Driver Safety
Refresh your Driving Skills with the AARP Smart Driver Course
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Join more than 5,000 AARP Driver Safety volunteers nationwide teaching and organizing the award-winning AARP Smart Driver™ classroom course curriculum.
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Driver Safety is Volunteer Driven
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In honor of Grandparents Day weekend, the ROAD (Reaching Older Adult Drivers) program is holding a special event at The Grove at Stapleton.
Ask The Experts
AARP Wyoming and the Wyoming Department of Insurance have collaborated to offer a list of answers to questions the Insurance Department is commonly asked. To reach out to The Wyoming Insurance Department, call: (307) 777-7401.
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