Good Egg older persons’ website re-launched
The Good Egg team has re-launched its ‘Older Persons Road Safety’ website with an offer to list their driver assessment courses run by road safety teams, initially free-of-charge.
The Road Safety GB endorsed ‘Good Egg Guide to Older Persons Road Safety’ website provides comprehensive safety information for older road users including drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and bus passengers.
As part of the re-launch, the site is being populated with details of locally held driver assessments, similar to the Good Egg child safety clinics. The free of charge listings will include course name, contact name and telephone number.
For those wanting to provide more detailed information there is the opportunity to purchase a micro-page on the site for an annual fee of £250 + vat.
For more information, or to register a driver assessment course on the site, contact Peta Comfort on 0131 668 1880.
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