Mentor drivers get learners moving

by Brighton Council
Top Gear’s valuable mentors from L-R Wayne Rush, Michael Bennett, Keryn Madson, Sean Arnold, Darlene Carver (Program Coordinator), Joshua Clark, Nashwan Matloob. Absent Shane O’Sullivan

Local learner driver mentor program Top Gear has had another successful year, with 15 learners getting their pro­visional licences. Mentors are crucial to the program, with a call out being made for more volunteers.

Top Gear provides opportuni­ties for people who can’t access a supervisor driver to obtain the compulsory 80 on road hours needed to gain a licence. With close to 30 learners on the wait­ing list, you can help them get on the road by being a super­visor driver. You can volunteer for as little as two hours a week, or more if you have time. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please contact Darlene at the Bridgewater Community House on 6263 4303.

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