Mature Driver Improvement and Refresher Driving CoursesMarch 20, 2012 | in Driver Safety For You & Your Family
Do you have a loved one that is over 60? Most of us can answer yes to this question. There are several thousands of drivers that are senior or matured individuals and are required to drive. One condition that we all will contend with is aging and driving. Let’s face it, as time goes by the body changes.
Some health conditions such as poor vision, heart problems, diabetes and epilepsy may affect your driving. Let’s take a look at vision. As the body ages our vision deteriorates. Safe driving skills require complete use of vision. There are additional challenges added to vision when you consider driving at night, in the rain and even in the snow.
DefensiveDriving.com offers mature driving courses. These courses focus on different driving scenarios for those young, old and in between. There are important tips that all drivers may benefit from, for instance, if an officer stops you while you’re driving — and while you’re under the influence of medicine— you may be charged, sent to jail, fined, and have your driver’s license suspended.
After several years of driving and without taking a driver safety course, it is important for mature drivers to gain updated knowledge on driving safely. The Defensive Driving course is designed to specifically train mature drivers on different road scenarios and how to properly react. Register now at www.DefensiveDriving.com!
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