Teen drivers of your employees are important to your bottom line. We have something free for a select number of Texas employers – Alive at 25®. This new pilot training program addresses risky driving behaviors and the cost of crashes incurred by young and inexperienced drivers.
These crashes can involve your younger employees or children of your employees. Either way, they cost you money. What else should you know? In the U.S., about 30 teens are injured in motor vehicle crashes involving an inexperienced driver every hour. Each day, seven will die in those collisions.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for young adults, and the numbers are climbing. Teen drivers are nearly three times more likely than drivers over the age of 20 to be in a fatal crash.
Do you have a large number of employees who have children 15-and-older and/or a large number of employees that are under 25? Alive at 25® is an interactive program designed to teach young adults how to make safe, respectful and legal driving decisions.
Young drivers learn how to take control of situations by taking personal responsibility for their own actions, attitudes and driving behaviors. This type of training typically is ordered once someone receives a traffic ticket. We want to equip those under 25 with training so they don’t go down that road.
So, this is your chance to be a part of the solution. We are looking for Texas employers to host training workshops for children of their employees and/or for employees that are 25-and-under. For information or to set up free training, contact Our Driving Concern Program Coordinator and Master Trainer Cindy Leonard: TexasODC -at- nsc -dot- org.