St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Announces Openings For The AARP Driver Safety Program
Drivers Age 50 and Up Are Eligible to Participate
Pontiac, Mich.—St. Joseph Mercy Oakland (SJMO) announces openings still available for the AARP Driver Safety Program offered at the hospital in June. The program is designed especially for drivers age 50 and over.
The eight-hour course will meet for two four-hour sessions from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, June 18 and 19, in the Franco Auditorium within the SJMO Anthony Franco Communications Center, 44405 Woodward Ave., Pontiac.
AARP Driver Safety Program participants learn how to deal with the effects of aging on driving, identify most common crash situations that seniors face, reduce the chance of a crash, update knowledge of today’s roads and identify when driving may no longer be safe. Topics to be covered include:
Over the past 32 years, more than 13 million drivers have enrolled in the course nationwide. There are no tests required. Those who complete the course receive a certificate of completion and may qualify for a reduction on their vehicle insurance premium. Participants should contact their insurance company or agent for more details.
Seating for the program is limited and there is a fee--$15 for AARP members and $20 for non-AARP members—that covers all course materials, including workbooks. To register, call 800-372-6094.