Alfred State Main Campus on Tuesday, February 6 and at the Wellsville campus on February 19
From Alfred State College,
The Alfred State University Police Department will partner with Ardent Solutions to host the International Save a Life Tour on Tuesday, Feb. 6. The safe driving program that includes hands-on virtual reality impaired and distracted driving simulators will take place from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Small Event Space in the Student Leadership Center.
Chief of Police Jeff Wilcox is excited to offer this learning opportunity to Alfred State students. “This program educates students of the consequences of distracted or impaired driving. We all can use reminders and education on the importance of safe driving. I encourage students to stop by and take advantage of this opportunity.”
The Save A Life Tour provides safe driving educational services to The Department of Defense, Connecticut D.O.T., New Hampshire Highway Safety, New York STOP-DWI, Missouri D.O.T., Michigan Highway Safety, Tennessee Highway Safety and more to inform students on the dangers of driving impaired and distracted.
The Save A Life Tour is a comprehensive high impact safe driving awareness program that informs, educates, and demonstrates the potentially deadly consequences resulting from poor choices and decisions made by the operator of a motor vehicle. The program specifically places emphasis on the following driving situations: Distracted Driving, Impaired Driving, Driver Experience, Improper Driver Behavior and Seat Belt Usage. The Save A Life Tour utilizes several methods for education including video presentation, speaking presentation, interactive demonstration with simulators, pre and post surveys and take-a-ways including a pledge card and a wristband.
The Save a Life Tour will make a stop at Alfred State’s Wellsville campus on Monday, Feb. 19.