Onroad Driving School invites you to Angus Suttor Day!

By Ronak

28 April 2016: Onroad Driving School is providing a unique opportunity for the visually impaired to experience what it is like to be behind the wheel on Angus Suttor Day. People from all over Sydney will be able to celebrate the meaning of Angus Suttor Day, which is associated and established by Vision Australia.

Angus Suttor Day has been an event that has now run for two years. In its third year, on May 8, people who are blind or have low vision will drive a motor vehicle for the first time. The idea evolved by sisters, Emma Whitfield and Katelyn McGeachie to commemorate their vision impaired brother, Angus Suttor.

This event will be held at Sydney’s Eastern Creek Raceway.

Vision Australia representatives will be attending this event. Along with Vision Australia, Onroad Driving School (one of the main volunteers) welcomes all individuals who are visually impaired, to participate in an activity that focuses on ability and is highly rewarding. Some of the other sponsors who will be supporting Angus Suttor Day include: Sydney Motorsport Park, Stitchem (workwear and promotional clothing) and Allens (law firm).

Onroad Driving School, aims to raise awareness that driving is conceivable to all and regardless of your situation we will work our best to make it happen. Vision Australia staff member – Jenelle Schroder said, “With the day being heralded as such a success, there is already anticipation for this year’s event, from both vision impaired drivers and volunteers.”

For more information:

Ronak Shah,
CEO - Onroad Driving School
Tel: (02) 9863 3555 Email: info@onroad.com.au

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