Older Driver Assessments

By: Professional Driving Consultancy  05-Jun-2013
Keywords: Driving School, Driving Lessons, Driving Instruction

The Professional Driving Consultancy can provide older drivers with an alternative to sitting an RMS (RTA) driving test - an Older Driver Assessment. Those relatively confident about their continued driving skills often choose a single session format whereas those who feel that their skills may need a little polishing usually choose a dual-session format. Either way clients feel at ease in a user-friendly environment - which, of course, includes using their own car - and find the experience pleasurable as well as helpful, value-for-money and reassuring.

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