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AARP Driver Safety Program

There have been many changes in cars and roadways to improve driver safety. Join James Murray, AARP Driver Safety instructor for a discussion about changes to improve driving, including all the technology being put into cars and our ability to adapt or to use it most effectively. Topics will include best practices for managing traffic patterns, congested environments and highway situations as well as the physical changes that can play a role in being the best driver on the roads. Michelle Lantaigne, OT, Baystate Rehabilitation Care, will discuss tips for adapting to our physical changes and when intervention is needed to effectively maneuver today’s roadways.

Fee: To be paid at the event, $15.00 per person for members of AARP and $20.00 per non-member of AARP. Each attendee receives a certificate and a book for the class. Checks are made payable to AARP.

A discount on car insurance is voluntary by the companies in Massachusetts (mandatory by law in Connecticut) and each person should contact their insurance company to find out if they qualify.

Boxed lunch will be provided.


Tuesday, April 23, 9-1:30 pm



Sue Fontaine