Mature Drivers

Mature drivers are statistically less likely to be involved in a road crash than younger or less experienced drivers. Research shows that mature drivers tend to make fewer and shorter journeys than other age groups and travel on familiar roads, mainly during daylight hours.

However, the inevitable effect of the ageing process can affect your sight, hearing and judgement and you may not be aware of these gradual changes. If you would like to update your driving skills ring the Road Safety Centre, Tel: 029 2078 8521. for a free leaflet, Advice for Older Drivers.

We also provide a Mature Driver Refresher course.

Related links

  • Child Accident Prevention Trust
    Child Accident Prevention Trust (capt) is a national charity committed to reducing the number of children and young people who are killed, disabled or seriously injured as a result of accidents.
  • Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
    The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport (DfT). Their primary aims are to facilitate road safety and general law enforcement by maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles, and to collect vehicle exc
  • Get in Lane
    Scottish Road Safety Campaign Driver website
  • Helping drivers
    RoSPA : Helping Young People Learn to Drive and Ride Safely
  • Road Safety Wales
    The Road Safety Council of Wales represents local authorities in the Principality by co-ordinating and promoting road safety education, training and publicity initiatives.
  • RoSPA
    Road safety resources for teachers and parents together with information for older children. Also a very useful download facility for drivers. Click Road Safety on their webpage to access information.
  • The Highway Code
    Use the A-Z Keyword index to search for your topic.
  • Traffic Wales
    Traffic Wales is the Welsh Assembly Government’s traffic information service and is a unique partnership between the Welsh Assembly Government and engineering consultants, Atkins.