According to the Illinois Secretary of State's office seniors can take the following program to update driving skills/knowledge:

Super Seniors Program
Super Seniors is a convenient, voluntary program for driver’s license renewal, which includes Rules
of the Road classroom instruction and a vision screening exam. The Rules of the Road Review
Course also includes a review of safe driving techniques and Illinois driving laws. Following the
course, participants may take the vision screening exam required to obtain or renew a driver’s
license. This vision screening is valid for up to 90 days for driver’s license renewal.
A Secretary of State Mobile Driver Services Unit is available for participants to renew their driver’s
licenses. A state photo ID card also may be obtained for a $20 fee. If you are age 65 or over, you
may obtain a free, non-expiring state ID card. Drivers age 75 and over must take a driving test at a
Driver Services facility to renew their driver’s licenses.
To locate a Super Seniors event in your area, please call 312-814-3676 or 217-782-9601 or visit
www.cyber (click Services, For Seniors, Super Seniors).
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