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    Programs that are designed to increase public awareness of the measures people can take to ensure their safety when driving an automobile or other motor vehicle. Driving safety programs provide information about traffic laws as they apply to motor vehicles; warnings regarding behaviors which contribute to accidents such as speeding and driving while drowsy or intoxicated; suggestions for avoiding confrontations with aggressive drivers; and tips for driving safely under specific conditions, e.g., with trucks and other large vehicles, in bad weather, in heavy traffic, in parking lots, or in areas where deer and other large animals may be roadway hazards. Information about recommended automobile maintenance practices, used car purchase tips and suggestions regarding safety equipment such as air bags may also be included.

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    Driver Safety ProgramService provides driving safety education for families which include: car seat education and fitting stations, bike helmet fittings, court mandated education ages 16-25, court mandated driving classes, New York State approved defensive driving 6-hour program, and other driving school programsSaratogaDRIVING SAFETY EDUCATION PROGRAMCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION IN SARATOGA COUNTY
    Driving Safety Education/Substance Abuse ScreeningThe Right Way program provides drug and alcohol assessments when the Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) Drug and Alcohol Regulations are violated. In addition, a Qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) conducts Reasonable Suspicion Training for supervisors. D.O.T. consultations are available upon request. The Right Way is available to non-D.O.T. companies to meet their drug and alcohol policy needs.AlbanyTHE RIGHT WAYFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE OF THE CAPITAL REGION
    Senior ServicesProvides this AARP class twice a year to learn defensive driving techniques and to receive insurance discounts.Washington55 ALIVE DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAMCAMBRIDGE VALLEY SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER
    Senior ServicesRefresher course for drivers age 50 and older, the course is open to people of any age. The course is offered at a designated locations and online. AARP membership is not required to take the course. There is no final test to passNew YorkDRIVER SAFETY COURSEAMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS (AARP) - NEW YORK STATE OFFICE

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