Arrive Alive Campaign

Survive the Drive and Arrive Alive.

The 2022 Arrive Alive Campaign in partnership with Virginia State Police, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, and State Farm will kick off April 4 and continue throughout the summer months! During this campaign, schools and youth groups work to promote safe driving and passenger behaviors among youth and teens during the high-risk warm weather months.

According to statistics, the months between May and September are the most dangerous for young drivers. During this time period, teens tend to engage in more risky driving behaviors, putting them at risk to be involved in a traffic crash.

The goal of the Arrive Alive Campaign is to prevent speeding and other risky behaviors among teens and to promote teens and all youth buckling up and making responsible traffic safety choices during the spring and summer months. For more information on this campaign or how you can get involved in future campaigns, please contact Casey Taylor at or Mary King at Registration information and downloadable resources are available below.

Register now!

Click the links below to receive campaign materials.

High School Registration

Middle School Registration

Downloadable Resources

Teaching from a virtual classroom? No problem! All of our resources are available for easy download.

High School Materials: Poster | Buckle Up & Slow Down Card | Banner | Campaign PacketĀ  | Quick & Simple Sheet

Middle School Materials: Poster | Buckle Up Card | Banner | Campaign Packet | Quick & Simple Sheet

Final Reports & Seat Belt Checks:

All schools and youth groups are required to complete the final campaign survey to document activity and how campaign materials were used.

Pre-Seat Belt Checks

Post-Seat Belt Checks

High School Final Report

Middle School Final Report

A Sneak Peak at Past Arrive Alive Creative Projects and Activities:
2021 Creative Entry Competition Winners

High School Division Winners:

  • Jefferson Forest High School, Bedford County – 1st Place
  • REACH Homeschool Group, Fredericksburg City – 2nd Place
  • Heritage High School, Newport News – 3rd Place
  • Liberty High School, Bedford County – Runner Up
  • Page Alliance for Community Action (Y-PACA), Page County – Runner Up
  • Fluvanna County High School, Fluvanna County – Runner Up

Middle School Division Winner:

  • Walker-Grant Middle School, Fredericksburg City