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The Quebec Association of retirement (s) of public and parastatal sectors (AQRP) unveiled the calendar spring 2013 program "55 Alive". This training program is intended to any person 55 years and over who wishes to renew his driving skills, whether or not a member of the AQRP. The program is offered in collaboration with the Canadian Council on Security and La Capitale General Insurance.
In a duration of six hours of training in the classroom allows participants to improve their driving confidence, including revising the Code of road safety and by evaluating their driving habits. Sessions are planned or in preparation in most regions of Quebec. Seats are limited and registration is required.
The general cost of registration is $ 65. Member AQRP receive a discount of $ 20. The member who is detaining a car insurance with La Capitale General Insurance will receive an additional discount of $ 25, lowering the cost was only $ 20.
Sessions offered in spring 2013 are:
Alma: April 18
Boisbriand: April 25
Boucherville: May 15
Drummondville: May 13
Gatineau (Hull): May 23
Joliette: May 14
Laval: May 2
Levis: May 16
Montreal: May 2
Quebec (Charlesbourg): May 7
Rimouski: May 7
Quebec (Sainte-Foy): May 21
Riviere-du-Loup: April 23
Rouyn-Noranda: May 9
Saguenay (Jonquiere): April 17
Saint-Georges: June 4
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu: May 22
Shawinigan: April 23
Sherbrooke: April 30
Trois-Rivieres (Sector West): May 15
Victoriaville: June 3
To register or for more information about the program, call 1 800 653-2747, extension 55, or visit www.aqrp.qc.ca/55.
It is important to remember that the program "55 Alive" is not an appraisal program for the conduct of the Company automobile insurance du Quebec (SAAQ).
Participation in the program is not notified to the SAAQ and has no impact on the driving record of the participant.
The AQRP is the largest independent association of state pensions in Quebec. It is distinguished by its strong citizen involvement for issues that affect all seniors of Quebec. The Quebec has more than 1.3 million seniors.
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