As a mature driver, you may already know the rules of the road and have years of driving experience. Yet a long-term illness, changes in your vision, flexibility, and reaction time could all affect your driving ability.
Once you reach age 70, the DMV requires you to renew your driver’s license in person to screen for potential issues. This includes taking an eye exam as well as a written test to ensure you understand current laws and safe driving practices. If any concerns arise during testing, you may be asked to take a behind-the-wheel driving test.
That's where we come in.
At Alliance Defensive Driving School, we want you to retain your ability to drive into your golden years. During our 90-minute evaluation lesson, we’ll assess your current driving aptitude and offer recommendations for improvement.
Whatever your evaluation uncovers, we have a class that will fit your needs:
- If your driving skills are still strong, a 2-hour refresher lesson may be all you need to brush up on some new laws and practices.
- If not, you might require one or more custom-designed lessons to address your needs.
Either way, our experienced, patient driving instructors are dedicated to helping you pass the DMV test and keeping you on the road.Get Started