Florida's Guide to Safe Mobility for Life is a free handbook designed to help Florida’s road users achieve mobility independence. Learn how to maintain safe driving skills and build a transportation plan that explores life beyond the driver’s seat
The guide focuses on the keys to achieve Safe Mobility for Life:
- Understand the impact aging has on driving
- Be proactive as a driver, pedestrian, bicyclist, transit rider, motorcyclist, and golf cart driver
- Plan for life beyond the driver's seat
Florida’s Guide to Safe Mobility for Life includes interactive worksheets along with state and local resources to help you build a transportation plan that works for you!
Florida’s Guide to Safe Mobility for Life is available in a variety of digital formats that are listed below. Order your free copy today through the Safe Mobility for Life Resource Center.
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Proactive transportation planning is the first step to keeping you safe, mobile and independent, whether you are driving or not. Building a personalized transportation plan is as easy as 1-2-3 thanks to Florida’s Guide to Safe Mobility for Life. It is never too early to start becoming comfortable with using new transportation options.
Step 1: Identify Transportation Options
This is where you list all the transportation options available in your area and details for each, including cost, timing, and availability. This may include walking, a local bus route, or nearby bike trail.
Step 2: Plan a Routine
Once you have found the transportation options that you can use, make them part of your routine. Start listing out all the places that you need and want to go and how often you make those trips. Consider the following:
- Can a bike ride get you to your sister’s house for your weekly book club?
- Does your local bus have a stop in front of your favorite shopping center?
- Is your neighbor willing to share a ride and split the costs for a joint trip to the grocery store?
Step 3: Practice and Adjust
To gain more confidence using your transportation plan, challenge yourself to complete one errand without using your personal vehicle. If you learn new things along the way, adjust your plan and keep working to improve it.
Use the links below to download the mentioned forms and start building your transportation plan.
Watch to learn more about building your plan using Florida’s Guide to Safe Mobility for Life.
All of the forms and worksheets from the guide are available here for you to fill out and/or print. Click on the image to download.
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