Rules of the Road Course for all citizens in Moline area


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Press release submitted by Illinois Secretary of State


Driver Services Department
Senior Services Unit
2701 S. Dirksen Parkway
Springfield, IL 62723
www.cyberdriveillinois.com


Secretary of State Jesse White, in cooperation with Moline Township Activity Center, is offering a Rules of the Road Review Course for all citizens in the Moline area. The course is free to anyone who wishes to attend.

The purpose of the course is to help participants pass the Illinois driver's license renewal examination. The course prepares applicants for the general written and road examinations, and also provides information on the vision screening.

The Rules of the Road Review Course will be held at:
Moline Township Activity Center, 620 18th St., Moline, 61265

Date: 01/04/2013 Time: 9 - 11 a.m.

















 



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