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Senior Drivers Day 2019

Published on 12.02.2019

Initiated in 2015 by the Ministry of Family and Integration, Senior Drivers Day is a day dedicated to road safety for seniors (60+).

In the framework of interactive workshops, they have the opportunity to learn about and discover different aspects related to the quality and safety of their mobility: ecological driving, tyres, post-accident assessment and a precise driving course are just some of the topics that will be covered. And for the first time, the ACL will also be present with a workshop that will help participants to prepare themselves as well as possible for a long and peaceful car journey.

The Senior Drivers Day takes place on Wednesday, June 19 at the Drivers Training Centre in Colmar-Berg. To participate, register with “RBS-Center fir Altersfroen” at 36 04 78 -35/28. Don't wait too long, places are limited.

When: 19.06.2019 from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Price: 25 € (coffee/croissant and lunch included)
Where: Driver Training Centre in Colmar-Berg
Language: Luxembourgish/French
Registration : Call the +352 36 04 78 - 35/28



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