PLYMOUTH, Minn. — Automobiles are changing rapidly. New safety features like forward collision, lane departure and blindspot warnings are being added to new vehicles to help improve the overall driving experience. However, understanding how to use and set the features is very important.  

Whether you're looking to buy a new car or be educated about new technological advancements, AARP Minnesota's Smart Driver Tek seminar can help. AARP promotes the FREE 90 minute seminar in its Smart Driver Program for people 55 and over. AARP has a team of trained volunteers to provide the workshops at various locations in the Twin Cities, including the Mall of America AARP office.

Currently Minnesota offers a minimum 10% discount on auto insurance to people, who have successfully completed the driving course either in the classroom or online. Every year AARP Minnesota reaches over 40,000 drivers across the state. For more information about the Smart Driver Program, including how to sign up, call 1 (877) 805-4115 or click here.