Arrive Alive Impaired Driving Simulation Visits Albany State

The Arrive Alive Tour impaired driving simulator visited Albany State University on Wednesday, March 6th and Thursday, March 7th. The simulator helped to educate ASU students on the effects of driving while distracted or intoxicated. 

The Arrive Alive Tour, presented by health and wellness organization UNITE, uses a high-tech simulator, impact video, and additional resources to allow participants to experience the consequences of impaired and distracted driving in a controlled environment.

The event was coordinated by Angelnique Jordan, who was recently promoted to Assistant Dean of Students at Albany State. Angelnique has helped schedule Arrive Alive multiple times in the past, and is committed to keeping her students safe. “I want to encourage our students to be safe while behind the wheel, not only during spring break but every day,” she said.

Albany State students learn about impaired driving

















UNITE brings health and wellness programs to high schools, colleges, and communities across the nation. Its programs are designed to heighten awareness to the dangers and consequences of impaired and distracted driving. These events have a powerful impact on students to reinforce the subjects that schools and parents teach them daily. For more information about the Arrive Alive Tour, please contact Patrick DeGrasse at 888-436-3394.