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Safe Driving Program



Exciting News for Seniors Who Still Want to Drive!

If you are 55 or older and want to continue to enjoy the freedom and independence of driving your own vehicle, you will benefit from a new and FREE program offered by Humber Community Seniors Services called Driving for Independence and Freedom.

Our program offers 2 free options (you may take one or both) delivered by our Ontario Safety League certified safe driving instructor to help you be a safer driver:

  • A two hour safe driving class room course where you will learn the skills, tips and tricks to continue to drive with renewed confidence and safety.
  • One hour individual in-vehicle road assessments of your safe driving skills and advice for improvement, in which you will be accompanied by our Ontario Safety League certified safe driving instructor in the front passenger seat.

Our Ontario Safety League certified safe driving instructor is Carl Wiese. Carl is himself a “young” senior who has for the past 10 years volunteered in various programs at Humber Community Seniors’ Services. Prior to retiring, Carl helped individuals and organizations save lives, injuries and money for over 40 years by teaching drivers the skills they need to safely navigate our roads, and to reduce the likelihood of being involved in an accident. Carl has provided his safe driver training expertise to organizations such as: The Toronto Police Service, 11 Division; Toronto Fire; The Canada Safety Council; Ministry of Transportation; Rogers; and Bell Canada.

For more information or to register, please call:

Seetama Kartick
Humber Community Seniors’ Services
416-249-7946

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