Ur Keys 2 Drv is an interactive educational day for young drivers. Open to 8th-12th grade students in Alabama.
Space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
9/28 Florence/Marriott Shoals Hotel & Convention Center
10/27 Oxford Civic Center
11/17 Mobile Civic Center
*The URKEYS2DRV program is designed to be registered by schools not individual students.
Is your school interested in joining us?
Contact Arlene Lester with State Farm
(678) 249-2268 or (973) 943-6524
View the video links below to find out more about who we are and what we do!
The father of former Auburn football star, Philip Lützenkirchen, Mike Lützenkirchen serves as the Executive Director of the Lutzie 43 Foundation.
He shares an honest and courageous discussion of Phillip’s life: “Philip’s Legacy…What Legacy Are You Leaving?”
Mike has spoken to over 100 schools on the importance of good character and decision making.
The Lutzie 43 Foundation aims to develop the character of young athletes and their coaches focusing on leadership, charity, compassion, mentorship, hard work, honesty and faith.
Power of You(th)
Presented by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) & ABC Board
Power of You(th) is an interactive presentation. Some of the decisions you make today will affect you for the rest of your life. Having good information will help you make good choices. This presentation will also present the Alcohol Beverage Control Board’s Underage/Under Arrest Program.
Presenters: Pamela Morton – MADD, Eddie Lard – ABC Board and Dean Argo – ABC Board
Alabama Teen Driver Quiz
Presented by ASF Foundation & State Farm
This session is an interactive quiz in a “game show” format with live, real-time remote participant responses and scoring. It covers topics such as Distracted Driving, Graduated Driver’s License and other driving laws, Seat Belt Safety and Teen Driving Trends and Statistics.
Choices Behind the Wheel: To the ER and Beyond
Presented by Children’s of Alabama (COA)
Students will experience what happens in a trauma room of the Emergency Department to the Intensive Care Unit to rehabilitation in and after the hospital. Application of medical equipment such as neck collars, splints and backboards may be used on some students.
Presenters: Julie Farmer – COA and Adam Lansdon – COA
Drive Safe Alabama
Presented by Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT)
Participants go through “behind the wheel” simulated driving experiences, and they experience the effects of being under the influence of substances by wearing special goggles. ALDOT along with Alabama State Troopers will lead this informative session by allowing students to simulate the dangers of distracted driving and driving under the influence. The objective is to change the driving habits and behaviors in order to prevent them from becoming a part of the increasing crash and fatality statistics of young drivers.
Hands on experience is the best teacher, but through technology students are able to gain knowledge of the road from the comfort and safety of the class room.