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There’s a lot to see and do in Nashville, but getting around is not so easy for residents who no longer drive. That’s why AARP Tennessee has joined a coalition developing Senior Ride Nashville, an assisted ride service that will provide affordable transportation for residents 60 and older. Clients will pay a small annual membership fee and prepay for low-cost rides.
Senior Ride Nashville needs volunteer drivers who will receive training in time for the program’s midyear launch. In addition to rides, volunteers will provide a helping hand and friendly conversation.
Want to volunteer, or looking for a lift once the program begins? For details, go to aarp.org/tn or SeniorRideNashville.org.