For 30 years, the AARP Driver Safety Program has provided instruction to more than 12 million participants nationwide see nationwide seeking to refresh their driving skills. In South Dakota the no-test course is offered in more than a dozen communities to several hundred drivers each year.
The AARP Driver Safety Program course updates drivers’ knowledge about relevant laws and offers strategies to compensate for age-related changes that affect driving ability. The course also includes a section on assessing driving abilities, and tips for having a “family conversation” about driving to help ensure a loved one stays safe on the road.
Depending on insurance providers and state regulations, graduates of the AARP Driver Safety Program courses – both classroom and online – may be eligible to receive a discount on their auto insurance premiums. All participants should check with their carrier for.
Now you can help make a difference in your community by becoming a Driver Safety Program instructor or state coordinator. When you help someone continue to drive, you help the community, your neighbors and yourself.
AARP South Dakota is looking for a volunteer to coordinate the Driver Safety Program in South Dakota.
The main responsibilities include recruiting and supervising instructors, completing instructor reviews, planning and conducting annual workshops, promoting the program and working with local sponsors. The volunteer coordinator should possess management and leadership abilities.
To apply for this position, please contact Robert Johnson, 315 Lunar Lane, Bismarck ND 58503, phone (701) 223-2031 or email email@example.com.
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