Free licensing workshops for older road users
Older road users are invited to attend a free workshop to learn about changes to licensing rules and other matters to help them stay safe when out and about, Clarence Nationals MP, Chris Gulaptis has announced.
Mr Gulaptis said the ‘Older Road User’ workshop delivered by Roads and Maritime Services will be held at Wooli Street Hall from 3pm to 5pm on Monday, 8 May.
“It can be hard to keep up with changes to licensing rules, so this free two hour workshop will provide information and tips to improve safety for older road users.
“Information and checklists will be provided for all road users, whether they drive, ride, walk, catch public transport or use a mobility scooter, or a combination of these.
“The workshop will look at issues such as driver licensing after the age of 75, safe driving habits, mobility scooters, and the top 10 misunderstood road rules in NSW,” Mr Gulaptis said.
Bookings are essential and can be made by calling 02 6622 1903 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop will be held at Wooli Street Hall 45 Wooli Street, Yamba and more information is available by visiting www.rms.nsw.gov.au