By Haddenham Webteam - 17th September 2018 10:00am
Thames Valley Older Drivers Forum will be running awareness events on Tuesday 2nd October and Thursday 4th October 2018.
The events will be open from 9.30am to 3pm for people to just pop in at any time throughout the day. It is FREE to attend.
Staff from the Regional Driving Assessment Centre and the Hertfordshire Action on Disability Mobility Centre will also be attending to offer advice and information to older drivers.
Tuesday 2nd October — Bicester
Blue Diamond Limited
Bicester Avenue Garden Centre
Thursday 4th October — Wendover
Wyevale Garden Centre
Buckinghamshire HP22 6BD
Each day's aim is to help you stay on the road safely for longer, with advice offered on:
- Brushing up your skills
- Booking a driving assessment
- Arranging a regular eyesight test
- Getting advice on health and well being issues that could affect your driving ability
- Renewing your licence at 70
- Learn more about road safety and the consequences of not being fit to drive
- Discover alternatives to driving and staying independent without a car
- And much more
For more information, visit the Older Drivers Forum website or telephone 01962 846100
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