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Senior drivers

Want to stay behind the wheel as you age? Check out these resources:

 

"Lose License, Lose Freedom: Essential Information for Aging Baby Boomers who Want to Keep their License and Continue to Enjoy the Open Ride" by Michael Vaughan

 

Canadian Automobile Association

http://seniorsdriving.caa.ca/

 

SGI

 https://www.sgi.sk.ca/individuals/medical/family/agingdrivers.html

 

Saskatchewan Safety Council

 http://www.sasksafety.org/programs/maturedriver/ *

 

Saskatoon and District Safety Council

http://www.saskatoonsafety.ca/

Telephone: (306) 955-4003

Toll free: 1-877-955-4003

Defensive Driving / *55Alive Courses: (306) 260-6557

 *55 Alive Driver Refresher Course

Hearing, eyesight, flexibility and reflexes change as we get older. These changes can affect driving, unless we learn how to compensate for them.

The 55-Alive course offers a refresher for drivers 50 and older. This six or eight -hour course will help you:

  • become more confident.
  • improve your awareness of traffic hazards.
  • learn about updates to traffic laws and new technology.
  • identify bad habits that creep into your driving over the years.

Trained instructors, mature drivers themselves, teach each course in a relaxed, supportive environment.

The course is presented using slides, videos and group discussion. Each participant receives a provincial driver's handbook, SGI booklet for the Older and Wiser Driver, and a course workbook.

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