Safe Drive Stay Alive 15th Anniversary Interactive Evening Event
Wednesday, November 8th
Safe Drive Stay Alive is celebrating 15 years of promoting road safety in Fife.
The show highlights the dangers faced by new and young drivers on Fife Roads. These shows are aimed at 5th and 6th year pupils and demonstrates what could happen when you're not in control of your new surroundings such as when you drive using a mobile phone or don't wear a seat belt.
The show clearly provides a reality of what will happen if you are in a collision, the damage that is done by a collision to you or someone you know. Practitioners from all the emergency services will explain what their role would be if you were involved in a collision, we also have families who tell their stories of what they have experienced due to a road traffic collision.
An Interactive event before the show will involve various stalls including Driving Challenges, Beer Goggles, Emergency Services Photo Booth, CPR & Defibrillator display and much more. There will also be FREE tea, coffee & cake.
Come along and learn the reality of what not taking care at the wheel could do to you.
Interactive event starts at 5.45 pm with the show beginning at 7.15pm.
The event runs from 5:45pm to 8:00pm on the following dates.
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