The Automobile Club of Southern California. Community Relations & Traffic Safety. Anita Lorz Manager, Community Relations and Traffic Safety Lorz.firstname.lastname@example.org (714) 885-2311. Community Relations & Traffic Safety.
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Auto Club has been a recognized and well respected corporate citizen and contributor to the well
being and quality of life in the communities we serve for over a century.
Trained personnel will conduct a 15 minute review with each senior driver to identify and address how their vehicles “fit” them.
At the end of the program, participants are given handout educational materials on safety issues and local resources to assist the older driver on any recommended follow-up action.
Developed with the American Society on Aging and a collaborative effort among three nationally recognized organizations:
American Occupational Therapy Association
The skills tested in Roadwise Review™ include:
Leg Strength and General Mobility
High- and Low-Contrast Visual Acuity
Visualization of Missing Information
Useful Field of View
Dare to Prepare is a 90-minute curriculum targeting pre-GDL teens and parents. The workshop is available in Southern California at various locations.
teens. To help reduce these tragic occurrences, the Auto Club hosts a
series of traffic safety fairs for teen-age drivers and their parents around the
Community members about local groups, agencies and organizations that
provide support and resources for young drivers and their parents
teen driving safety topics
distracted driving demonstrations, under
the hood education, and structured
education sessions hosted by safety experts