This giveaway is sponsored for Dallas Single Mom readers from the fabulous team at Aceable — more details in the post! ~ TBC
As a mom that spends a good chunk of her time reviewing cars, with a newly minted teenager with driving on the brain, I’ve also got driving on the brain, and it is more important than ever to ensure that they are prepared and ready to safe drivers out there on the road. Just thinking about it makes me need a fresh coffee. So, it was absolutely timely when the team at Aceable reached out to share their new driver’s education tool…. it’s an app!
Actually, Aceable has launched an app supported by a curriculum that is accepted and recognized by the Texas Department of Public Safety as a tech-savvy means of getting your child ready for the road. It is a modern, engaging and current method of communicating safety content that we hope all drivers know before they get behind the wheel. It is also the first mobile-parent taught driver’s education course that arms you with all the tools needed to get your child to the next step of independence — driverhood :) .
Do you remember how you first learned to drive? Now, do you remember your first driver’s ed course? I do. I remember the tedium, the thick textbook and the sheer terror of learning how to drive on I-635. Ironically things and teaching methods had not changed much — until now. Delivered in easy to digest modules and accessible from the luxury of their own home with the ease of a good internet connection, Aceable has created an affordable program that makes it easy for parents to take that hands on step and prepare their children for the road and create the next generation of safer-drivers. Aceable’s program is available in Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nevada, California, Florida, Oklahoma and Georgia. They also offer the option of an instructor led course, but over 400,000 families have chosen the parent-led route as their method of choice.
In a stroke of cool especially for Dallas Single Mom readers, we have partnered together to gift a reader with a Driver’s Ed course to use with their own child or to gift to a friend that needs it. Simply comment with your best driving memory or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Enter Me – Driver’s Ed” in the subject line.