Students at SVSU teach motorists how to 'Arrive Alive'

Arrive Alive.

That's the theme behind an effort to reduce poor driving decisions among young people.

Students at Saginaw Valley State University hosted a program called "happy hour."

Students steered a high-tech driving simulator to portray what it's like to drive under the influence.

"I think its important to keep pushing the message not to drink and drive, so we;ve found some cool ways to engage our students," student counselor Sara Martinez said.

Students also particpated in a contest judge mocktails, cocktails without alcohol, to learn about non-alcoholic drinks.