Now offering VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TRAINING during the coronavirus pandemic
In an effort to accommodate as many students as possible during the coronavirus pandemic, we are now offering instructor-led, online Alive at 25 classes with Zoom Webinars.
- You must have access to a computer or tablet for virtual classroom. This Zoom Webinar training is not compatible with cell phones.
- Within one business day after you register, we will email you the Zoom link and instructions to join the class.
- The student workbook will be mailed to the home address you provide during registration. Please ensure your contact information is correct.
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About the Program
Alive at 25® focuses on young adult drivers between the ages of 15 and 24, the group with the greatest risk of death by motor vehicle crash. This highly interactive course targets those most in need of learning defensive driving skills, emphasizes making sound driving choices and raises awareness of the consequences of poor driving conduct.
Teen Crashes are Preventable
Inexperience, coupled with risk-taking behavior, means a heightened crash risk for teens. While driver education and graduated driving licensing systems are effective, teens need additional training and guidance to change risky behaviors and improve decision-making skills.
Alive at 25® is a highly interactive program that teaches young adults how to make safe, respectful and legal driving decisions. Designed for drivers under age 25, the program complements national driver education programs, which focus on laws and vehicle handling. It teaches young drivers how to take control of situations by taking personal responsibility for their own actions, attitudes and driving behaviors.
Participants must register online and pay to attend a class in advance. Walk-ins will not be accepted. You can reschedule to a different date at no cost up to 24-hours prior to the start of your chosen class date. If you miss your class, a non-refundable rescheduling fee applies.
For more information, call (800) 733-6185 or email email@example.com.