Road Safe South East will be conducting a free Senior Drivers’ Expo in Rosebud at the
Rosebud Memorial Hall on the 24th June 2017 between 9:45am and 1:30pm.
The Senior Drivers’ Expo is a half day information session presented by Road Safe South East, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Vic Roads, Victoria Police, RACV, driving instructors and trained facilitators with emphasis for older drivers on road safety, driving skills, prescribed medicines and road laws. It is designed to cater for senior members of the community.
The Senior Drivers’ Expo is a new program in which participants receive a free one-on-one driver assessment in their own cars as well as a free VicRoads roadworthiness assessment of their cars. Both these elements of the program are provided on a confidential basis. In addition, participants are involved in a VicRoads tyre safety presentation, view a series of road safety videos and join in the Safe Drive seminar developed by Vic Roads.
Participants also receive a free up-to-date Road Rules book in their showbags and also have the opportunity to ask questions of the VicPol Highway Patrol members at the end of the seminar where there is a Q&A session delivered by the Highway Patrol and other specialists in road law. A free barbecue lunch and all day morning and afternoon tea, refreshments will also be provided.
While there is no cost to take part in the program, pre-registration is essential because of the catering and the opportunity to attend is limited to only 60 people on each occasion.
If you wish to register to attend the program on 24th June 2017, please advise your name, telephone number and postcode to Nancye on 0419 398 695 or A/H 5986 4621.