Alive at 25 is a driver improvement course designed to help inexperienced drivers take control of driving situations through small group activities, discussion and role-playing. This free class will be held from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. today (Wednesday, April 16) at Henry County High School. In Alive at 25 you will study:
Seeing how inexperience, peer pressure, distraction and underestimation of risk cause unique driving hazards;
Watch Real Streets, three video case studies of inexperienced drivers facing difficult situations;
Formulate what to say to friends who are trying to take control, whether as a driver or passenger;
Explore instances where other young drivers lost control and role-play ways to take charge.
To sign up you must have your license or permit. Contact the Youth Services Center at (502) 845-8608 to sign up. Pizza and drinks provided.