What is Safe Drive Stay Alive?

Safe Drive Stay Alive is a road safety initiative that aims to empower young drivers to make safe driving choices. There is evidence to suggest that young people aged between 16 and 25 years of age are more likely to die or suffer serious injury from a road traffic collision. Safe Drive Stay Alive uses hard hitting performances to inform young people of the dangers and catastrophic effects of poor driving choices. True stories will be told by existing emergency service staff and family members who have been directly affected by the tragedy caused by serious road traffic collisions.

How long do the performances last?

Performances last between 75 and 90 minutes. We also have a choice of morning, afternoon and evening performances.

Is transport provided to and from the performances?

YES. If your college has booked a place at the shows transport will be provided completely free of charge. Coaches will pick up from your college and will provide return transport at the end of the show.

Are there follow up resources to use after the performances?

Yes. These are available on the website. College tutors can request a login and password to access student resources.

How much does attending the shows cost?

The shows are completely free of charge.

Is there any support for students who are emotionally affected by the shows?

Whilst attending one of our shows welfare and medical support will be provided on site. Follow up welfare support can be accessed from your college pastoral or counselling service.

How do I contact the Safe Drive Stay Alive team?

Go to the contact us section on this website. Alternatively we are on twitter @SafeDrive GM.

Evaluation Report 2016

Evaluation Report 2017