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AARP Driver Safety

Build a community of safer drivers

Since 1979, AARP Driver Safety has helped to keep millions of drivers safe and confident while on the road with leading educational programs and resources, including the AARP Smart Driver course™, CarFit®, We Need to TalkSmart DriverTEKsm, and Quick Learnings. In 2022, Driver Safety launched AARP SafeTrip™, its first-ever safe-driving app.

Reaching those drivers over multiple decades would not be possible without the help of passionate and dedicated Volunteers. If you find satisfaction when helping others, Volunteering with Driver Safety is a great opportunity to make an impact in your community by helping drivers stay safe on the roads.

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As a volunteer, you can:

Organize & Teach
Explore opportunities to teach our Driver Safety programs in a local classroom setting or online.

Train & Empower
Get all the training and tools you need to make your experience the best it can be.

Join a Community
Become part of your local Driver Safety community of dedicated volunteers.

Have Fun & Make Friends
Have fun and feel good knowing you’re making your community a safer place to live and drive.

Explore a few of our many different Volunteer roles to find your best fit.

Instructors: Organize, promote and conduct AARP Smart Driver classroom courses at your local community center, library, hospital, senior center or other venues. In addition to English-speaking Volunteers, we have a strong need for bilingual Instructors who speak Spanish or a Chinese language.

Coordinators: Serve as state leaders managing Volunteers and the growth of AARP Driver Safety in your state.

Marketing & Recruitment Specialists: Promote AARP Driver Safety programs and Volunteer opportunities within your state and local community. Participate in state-wide events.

Tech Advisors: Assist fellow Volunteers in utilizing AARP Driver Safety online systems.

We Need to Talk Facilitators: Teach a free seminar designed to help families have conversations with their loved ones about when it’s time to cease driving.

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Impact of Volunteering

9 of 10 Smart Driver Course Participants have changed at least one driving behavior

20 Million (and counting) People Reached through AARP Driver Safety programs

90% consider themselves confident drivers after taking the Smart Driver course