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Older Drivers Forum webinars

Alert message sent 10/11/2020 14:43:00

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We are working with the Older Drivers Forum to run a series of free webinars aimed at older drivers, as well as their families and friends, with advice on how to drive safely for longer.

The webinars will take place next week (starting 16 November) coinciding with Brake’s National Road Safety week.

The chair and founder of the Older Drivers Forum Rob Heard said : “In these difficult times we wanted to be able to still communicate with the mature motorists and help them, especially when getting back to driving after the lockdown, so they can carry on driving safely for longer.

“We can all become complacent about our driving and often pick up bad habits, which if not addressed can increase our risk of an incident on the roads. This series of webinars will help give advice on a number of subjects from Confidence building appraisals to Safe driving tips.

“We hope this will be the first of many webinars we host to help and support older motorists and interested family and friends.”

To register your place for a webinar, please visit

Places are limited.


Monday 16 November – 10.30am to 11.30am – ‘Confidence building appraisals’
Wednesday 18 November – 10.30am to 11.30am – ‘Driving with a Medical Conditions and Eyesight advice’
Friday 20 November – 10.30am to 11.30am – ‘Safe Driving tips’

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Caitlin Rosetti (Police, Communications Support Assistant, Thames Valley)

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