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Free workshop for supervisors of learner drivers

Eurobodalla Council will host a free workshop to help parents and carers guide their learner drivers.

Council’s road safety Officer Kate McDougall said the practical workshop was full of tips for anyone who supervises L-platers.

“They’ll leave with increased confidence and a better understanding of the learner driver log book, how to encourage safe driving, and be able to explain licencing provisions for both L and P-plates,” Ms McDougall said.

“Research shows that plenty of supervised on-road experience in their early years reduces the likelihood of new drivers crashing.”

The workshop will be held at the Mechanics Institute in Page Street, Moruya from 6-8pm on Thursday 25 February. COVID-safe event, bookings essential by calling Kate McDougall on 4474 1353.

Above: Eurobodalla Council’s road safety officer Kate McDougall is inviting supervisors of learner drivers to a free workshop to increase their confidence and provide a better understanding of learner driver needs.

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