The Arrive Alive Tour is bringing its popular Distracted Driving simulator to 20 schools in Tennessee this spring. This tour was made possible because of a generous grant from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.
The tour kicked off at Oakland High School in Murfreesboro on March 20. Students at Oakland got to experience the dangers of distracted driving in a real vehicle via a state-of-the-art virtual reality simulator.
In the next two weeks, the tour visited Community High School, White House High School, Hixson High School, Centennial High School, and Lake County High School. The tour will conclude in late May.