|RoSPA Dorset Advanced Motorcyclists||The Royal Oak, Bere Regis||First Wednesday of the month, 7pm||Free ride-out||Dorset RoSPA|
|Bike Safe Dorset||East and West Dorset||Weekends April to September||Workshop delivered by Dorset Police aimed at helping riders to identify areas of risk and improve skills||Bike Safe Dorset|
|IAM Skill for Life - Dorchester||County Hall, Dorchester||See the BWAM website for upcoming events||Series of free presentations on advanced riding||Dorchester and West Dorset Advanced Motorcyclists|
|IAM Skill for Life - Wimborne||Cobham Social Club, Wimborne||See the BWAM website for upcoming events||Series of practical on-road sessions with experienced observer to help you reach the 'Skill for Life' advanced motorcycle test standard||Bournemouth & Wessex Advanced Motorcyclists|
|Get On campaign||Various||See the Get On website for details||
Free motorbike or scooter induction for new riders or those returning after a break from riding
LifeDrive is a free scheme that offers enjoyable and interactive enhanced theory and practical driver training, plus a £50 voucher for everyone completing the course!
Advice for parents of new drivers
Dorset Driver Gold is an older driver programme run by Safewise for drivers aged 65 and over, to refresh and update your driving knowledge and skills to keep you driving safely for longer.
Still Safe to Drive is an older driver resource from GEM Motoring Assist, a breakdown recovery provider and road safety charity.
Eyesight and keeping fit to drive
You must be able to read a number plate at a distance of 20 metres. Read about eyesight and driving rules on Gov.uk.
Download the Age UK Staying Steady guide for simple exercises that you can do at home to strengthen muscles and bones to help keep you fit to drive.
When should you stop driving?
You must renew your licence every 3 years after you turn 70 but there are no laws on what age you should stop driving. View the Gov.uk advice on deciding when to stop driving
Disability and driving
Having a medical condition or disability does not necessarily mean you can't or won't be allowed to drive. You must tell the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) about any medical condition or disability that may affect your driving. See Gov.uk for information on medical conditions, disabilities and driving
The Forum of Mobility Centresis a network of independent organisations in the UK, offering professional information, advice and assessment to individuals who have a medical condition or are recovering from an accident or injury which may affect their ability to drive or access a motor vehicle.