Empower your teen with the confidence to handle the open road and return home safe
Each year, more than 4,000 Kentucky teen-agers die or are injured in car crashes. U.S. drivers under the age of 25 are involved in nearly 5 million collisions a year, resulting in more than 9,000 deaths.
That is why the Kentucky State Police (KSP), Toyota Motor Manufacturing Inc. and the National Safety Council (NSC) have joined forces with high schools and local businesses across Kentucky to ensure that novice drivers survive their most dangerous driving years.
Kentucky Alive at 25 is an innovative defensive-driving course developed by the NSC to prevent traffic violations, collisions and fatalities among young drivers ages 16 to 24. This FREE course, taught by KSP personnel, includes interactive discussion, workbook exercises and role playing to help your teen develop the skills to keep them safe on the road. This four-hour course is certified by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and meets Graduated Driver’s License requirements.
To sign up for a free course near you, contact program director Lori Hunsaker at KyAliveAt25@ky.gov or call (502) 782-1779.
For a program flyer, click here.
For the Kentucky Alive at 25 Facebook page, click here.
For the Kentucky Alive at 25 on Twitter, click here.