‘55 Alive’ driving class planned at RCHS

Does entering or exiting a highway in a vehicle, changing lanes on the highway, passing, parking, left turns, night driving, winter driving or yielding the right-of-way bother you?

If so, you might benefit by taking a 55 Alive driving course.

This course is scheduled April 29 and 30, 6 to 10 p.m., at the Rush City High School Media Center.

This class, developed by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), is open to any person 50 years of age and older.  The course content will deal with the physical changes in aging as they relate to driving.  Basic driving rules, accident prevention measures and common driving maneuvers will be reviewed.  After completing this course, persons 55 and over will be granted a l0- percent reduction on their private passenger auto insurance by their insurance companies. Please note: You must first attend the 8-hour class before you can attend the 4-hour class.  The Rush City Lions provide refreshments for these classes.

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