AARP Holds Driver Safety Program

By: Amanda Price Email
By: Amanda Price Email

Knowing the rules of the road can help prevent a car accident.

AARP held a driver safety course in Perry County today for people 55 and older.
In Kentucky, drivers do not have to re-test when they get older and instructors say that can be dangerous.

Sherrill Slone, a driver safety instructor with AARP says, “Changes in road markings, changes in road signs, things that didn't exist when they started driving.”

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  • by Kelly Location: Letcher on Sep 13, 2008 at 07:42 AM
    I am pretty sure this class was free.Bill,if you have been driving in Kentucky,you would see drivers of all ages could use some defensive driving courses.Sherrill Slone is a great instructor.
  • by Bill Location: Pike on Sep 13, 2008 at 04:49 AM
    WoW so if your over 55 you are stupid??What a waste of time and money. If your over 55 you can't read a rd sign??AARP is nothing more then a Socialist Org.for profit.Stay far away from these parasites.


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