- Meet our newest Lutzie 43 Foundation Board Member and dear friend of Philip, Scott Simpson as he authored a blog post in memory of Philip Lutzenkirchen on his birthday, June 1. Read More
- In 2021, nearly 43,000 were killed on U.S. roadways, the highest number in 16 years. Read More
- Lutzie 43 Partnership Spotlight: President and owner of Church Transportation, Fenn Church, met with us to discuss the trucking industry’s commitment to driver safety and our new Protected by 43 Key Seconds truck decals. Read More
Georgia DOT Partnership
We are partnering with GDOT to remind you to take 43 key seconds so that you can Drive Alert, Arrive Alive.
2022 Lutzie 43 Road Race
It's time to register for the 2022 Lutzie 43 Road Race on August 6!
Corporate Safety Program
Lutzie 43 Foundation and Georgia DOT focus on driver safety
In Atlanta Business Chronicle, Mike Lutzenkirchen discusses the benefits of adding 43 Key Seconds and DAAA principles to your corporate safety initiatives.
Today alone, 11 people will be killed in a distracted driving accident. More than 1,000 will be injured.
Several poor decisions led to an avoidable car accident that took the life of Philip Lutzenkirchen, a former Auburn University student-athlete and football stand-out whose impact went far beyond the football field. Nobody thought his life would end in an impaired driving accident, but it did. That’s why 43 Key Seconds initiative exists — to prevent drivers from making decisions that lead to accidents or fatalities caused by distracted and impaired driving.
MEET PHILIP'S FATHER
Mike Lutzenkirchen, Philip’s father, spreads the word through the “43 Key Seconds” Talk. Mike encourages people to learn from the mistakes his son made, while being inspired by his many positive character attributes.