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Driver's awareness course

I have to go on one of these courses, and I suffer from anxiety. And have this as a result of my accident in June - but have to wait until Dec for the course. I'm 69, and am so worried I won't get through.

I have to pay £185.00, so I wonder if you can help me put my mind at rest.

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My father was sent on one of these at age 86, after he was involved in a minor crash that was not his fault. He came away delighted with the experience and highly impressed with the instruction he received.

It is not a matter of 'passing' or 'not passing'. It is high quality instruction to help you be a better, more observant and more considerate driver. Nothing to worry about at all.
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