The Douglas County AARP Driver Safety Program is offering three classes in March. The course is designed for drivers aged 50 and older; however, it’s open to younger drivers and those who are not AARP members. Course fees are $14 per person. AARP members will receive a $2 discount. State law requires auto insurance companies to offer a discount on premiums to qualified graduates age 55 and older. Courses are a single six-hour session. Participants must complete the six hours to graduate and receive the benefit. All classes will be held between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Each participant is …
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