Similar Driving Problems for Old & Young

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) will be launching an intergenerational driver safety program in Tennessee in January 2008. The class is designed for teens to share with their grandparents or another person over 50. Teenagers can enrol for free; older persons for a $10 fee. There is no test to take to be accepted into the program. Participants will look at the problems and driving habits both generations share. Each driver will be able to evaluate where their problem areas are and then enhance their driving skills accordingly. Currently, 36 states offer insurance discounts for graduates of the AARP Driver Safety program, which has been running since 1969. Find a Driver Safety Class near you (not all classes are intergenerational.)

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