KINGSTON Council is offering a range of courses to help older drivers continue to drive safely for as long as possible.
The free courses are open to all Kingston residents and aim to help older drivers remain safe on the roads.
Kingston mayor Cr Geoff Gledhill said older people who are able to continue to drive safely are more able to stay connected with their community and regular routines.
“These courses will help older people assess their own ability, learn safe driving techniques and how health issues may impact on driving ability,” Cr Gledhill said.
Bookings are required for all sessions. If you have concerns about your driving, speak to your GP for advice.
Courses are taught by Murcott’s Drive for Life, Patterson Lakes Community Centre, the RACV and Aspendale Gardens Community Centre throughout August-November.
Bookings essential. See kingston.vic.gov.au for details or call council on 1300 653 356.