You can trust AMA to have the programs and resources you need as a Senior Driver – we’ve been doing driver training for over 80 years.
Like new drivers, you probably have a lot of concerns and questions, and we’re here for you whether you want to check and improve your driving skills, or when you want to start putting together a retirement from driving plan.
We have specialized programs and services to help you evaluate and improve your driving skills as a senior driver.
We know driving is important for independence and mobility, and we want you to enjoy the freedom of the open road safely and with confidence for as long as possible.
Age-related changes are a part of life, being aware of how aging affects your performance on the road is the first step to managing it.Sign up for AMA’s senior driver education programs to help you keep your driving skills sharp.
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Our senior driver refresher course encourages discussion about the changes in rules and regulations. We also cover new driving technologies to help experienced drivers stay on the road for as long and as safely as possible. You’ll learn to:
This confidential evaluation will provide you with feedback and recommendations on areas that may require improvement. Evaluation includes:
Whether you want to improve your overall driving skills, practice a specific skill, or need help with a particular driving concern, our in-car brush-up lessons can be customized to suit your needs. You can:
If you enjoy vacationing on the open road, try our half-day RV Smart course to strengthen your skills for handling an RV, camper or trailer.
As we age, our flexibility and agility can be affected, so vehicle fit and comfort are key to safety. This AMA program helps ensure you are seated correctly in your car, so you can continue to operate your vehicle safely.
As we age, our physical and mental abilities change. Some of those changes can affect our driving, including:
These changes generally happen slowly, so it’s important to evaluate regularly to ensure we understand how our ability to drive is being affected. Knowing is important, because then we can take the necessary steps to ensure we can continue to drive safely.
CREATE A DRIVING RETIREMENT PLAN
We spend a great deal of time and energy to plan our retirement from work, but how many of us put the same amount of planning into retiring from driving?
Like any major life change, it’s best to approach creating a driving retirement plan in stages, rather than look at driving as an all-or-nothing proposition.
Starting the conversation early and involving your family and your doctor can help ease the transition and give you a sense of control.