This course is a highly interactive four-hour program that teaches young drivers how to take control of situations by taking responsibility for their own driving behavior. This program addresses driver’s attitude, knowledge and behavior, rather than being a technical, hands-on driver training course. It complements driver’s education and training; thus it is not a replacement for these courses.
This course is designed for those aged 15 to 24; parents or guardians are not required to attend.
The Alive at 25 curriculum includes five modules that cover topics such as state laws, statistics, risks and responsibilities of driving, distracted driving and following too closely, along with a discussion about safe driving practices.
Certificates of completion are available at the end of the four-hour program for those who successfully complete the course and pass a test.
The Alive at 25 program is available at a cost of $35 per student and is sponsored by the Milton First Responders Foundation. Payment, which is handled through the Foundation, is required prior to the course and can be submitted online after registration is confirmed. All proceeds benefit the Foundation. For more information on the Foundation, click here.