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Free workshop for supervisors or learner drivers

Eurobodalla Council will host a free online workshop to help parents and carers guide their learners to become safer drivers.

The workshop aims to give parents confidence in supervising learner drivers, increase understanding of the learner driver log book, demonstrate how to encourage safe driving behaviour, and explain the licencing conditions for learner and provisional licence holders.

Council’s road safety officer Kate McDougall said the workshop was run as part of Council’s road safety program in partnership with Transport for NSW.

“This is the first time we are hosting the Learn Safe Workshop online so parents can participate from the comfort and safety of their own home,” she said.

“Teaching someone to drive really can be a happy experience and research shows that plenty of supervised on-road experience in the first few years of driving reduces the likelihood of crashes.”

The two-hour webinar on Zoom will kick off at 6.30pm on Thursday 27 August 2020. Online registrations close Wednesday 19 August.

For more information visit https://www.esc.nsw.gov.au/council-services/works/road-safety

Above: Parents and carers can learn how to help learner drivers become safer drivers at a free online workshop this month.

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