Alive at 25


Alive at 25

Alive at 25 was adapted for Utah, in 2007.

Taylor Rogers, Reporter

Alive at 25 is a class that was developed by the National safety council. According to, It was “specifically designed for drivers between 15 and 24 years of age.” The Alive at 25 class will be held at Davis on Monday, November 24th.


Traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for young people between the age of 15-24. According to Insurance Institute For Highway Safety, “a total of 2,823 teenagers ages 13-19 died in motor vehicle crashes in 2012.”


Alive at 25 looks at these facts and developed their program around the decision making process. The decision process is identified as


Step 1: Identify a problem

Step 2: Gather needed information

Step 3: Analyze the situation

Step 4: Evaluate options

Step 5: Evaluate alternatives

Step 6: Select preferred alternative

Step 7: Act on the decision

Step 9: Review the decision


Alive at 25 takes the decision process and teaches it, so that the student can learn and make the correct decision.


According to, Alive at 25 also teaches:

  • Risk identification
  • Interactive video participation
  • Experience sharing with peers
  • Role-playing in various driving situations
  • Driving law review-local traffic
  • Graduated drivers license requirements


To help young drivers take a personal look at their behavior behind the wheel, Alive at 25 has released a video to help drivers see how they can be affected by the choices that are made. Here is the link to the video.