Grey Power On Older Drivers

Published: Thu 13 Dec 2001 04:27 PM
Press Release From Grey Power.
The President of Grey Power, John Jefferson has issued the following statement.
“Despite the report in the Herald on the 13th December 2001, it is not all bleak for the older driver and the new partial licence will be user friendly. It is envisaged that tests will be carried out in the driver’s own environment and every driver will be given the opportunity to get their partial licence as long as they are not thought to be a danger on the road. When this new system comes into place, if you feel that you’ve been wrongly treated, you have only to contact the Grey Power Federation (0800 473 979) for a complaint form.”

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