Alive at 25 is a National Safety Council defensive driving course for young people between the ages of 15 and 25. It helps them develop decision making skills along with a heightened awareness about the civil, criminal and emotional consequences of their behaviors. It is a four hour, highly interactive, classroom course based on facilitated and peer learning principals. Students learn about impaired driving, review basic traffic laws, learn tools to becoming a defensive driver and make a commitment to do so.
Since 1995, more than 1,000,000 teens and young adults nationwide have been trained through Alive at 25.
Alive at 25 is currently in its 4th edition and is used in courts and schools nationwide in provisional driver’s license and violator programs.
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Colorado State Patrol statistics have shown that Alive at 25 participants in Colorado have been 74% less likely to die in a motor vehicle collision than the national average.
South Carolina’s Success
South Carolina began offering the Alive at 25 program in February 2007. Since then, 100,000 (15-24 year olds) have completed the program and there has been a 47% reduction in fatalities over the past seven years.
A survey by the National Safety Council found that 98% of South Carolina’s participants would change their driving behavior as a result of the Alive at 25 classes.