Drive Alive’s mission is to reduce the number of injuries and death among teen drivers. Drive education can help reduce traffic crashes by improving driving skills and understanding of better risk perception and decision-making. Each year, Drive Alive hosts the Taylor Award for Drivers Education. Allen County students will win a FREE driver’s education course. For many students, the cost of a driver’s education course is a barrier to learning safe driving skills.
Ralph Taylor was devoted to Drive Alive and its positive impact on the safety of our youngest, most vulnerable drivers. The Taylor memorial Award for Drivers Education continues Mr. Taylor’s legacy by providing awards to area youth to attend driver’s education courses. The goal of the award is to recognize the attitudes and behaviors that contribute to safe driving habits.
-Driver’s education course include 30 hours of classroom/online study and six hours of individual in-car instruction.
-Driver’s education course will be provided by Precision Driving.
-Award certificate will be valid for one year from date of issuance.
-Award winners will be announced in February 2021.
-Applications must be submitted online at DriveAliveIndiana.org.
-Award applicants must be 15 years old by December 1, 2020.
-The application deadline date is December 31, 2020 at 11:00 p.m.
-Applicants must currently reside and attend high school in Allen County, Indiana.
Send questions to info@DriveAliveIndiana.org or call (260) 494-0728.