A one-day refresher course for elderly drivers. Over the coming years, the elderly will make up an increasing percentage of our road users. The major difficulties affecting older drivers are declining visual performance and the slowing down of reaction and response time. This course aims to improve the competence of these drivers who are elderly or impaired who wish to continue to hold a driving licence and to use the roads in a safe manner.
Mature Driver Course
- Bookings essential
- Courses must be paid for in full before attending
- All Roadcraft courses have a lay-by system
- EFTPOS & Credit Card facilities available
Road law (Theory)
How age affects driving including medical conditions (Theory)
Safer cars (Theory)
Vehicle management techniques (theory and practical)
Kinetic energy demonstration
Emergency braking (theory and practical)
On-road low-risk defensive driving (theory)
On-road low-risk defensive demonstration drive (practical)
Discussion – minimum risk and maximum safety (classroom)
Courses must be paid for in full before attending. However, we offer a variety of payment options as follows:- Cash or EFTPOS payment during office hours - Over the phone using a Visa Debit or Credit Card - Via EFT (details are included within your course invoice and funds must be received prior to course commencement)For tailored lay-by payment systems, please contact us.
We understand that sometimes, even with the best intentions, the best-laid plans go awry. However, from the time that you make your booking your place in the course is held for you. This means that, should someone else want to make a booking and the course is full, we may not be able to take that person.We ask you to please understand that, should you cancel your booking, the following will apply: - Cancellation more than 14 days before the course: 100% refund - Cancellation less than 14 days: we will keep payment, but you can re-book for a future course
Yes, you can! Call us on (07) 5482 8833 to learn more and purchase.
Yes, you need to bring your own vehicle for this course so you can learn techniques within the vehicle you drive most often. However, if you do not have access to a vehicle, contact us to discuss the possibility of using a Roadcraft vehicle.
Chilled drinking water, tea and coffee are readily available. Our on-site kitchen with microwave and refrigerator is available should you wish to bring food or drink with you on the day. Whilst you’re welcome to purchase lunch from a nearby service station, please note that the lunch break is very short.
- Vehicle you normally drive - Driver’s licence - Hat - Sunscreen - Lunch and snacks - Water bottle - Sensible shoes
Unfortunately, this course does not provide official accreditation of any kind.