This is a sponsored post in partnership with Aceable. All opinions are my own.
My son turned 15 earlier this year. I can’t believe how fast he’s growing up. Now he’s on his way to learning to drive. When his older sister was ready to learn to drive, she told us all her friends were doing Aceable — on their phones.
Honestly, I was a little skeptical. I remembered my own driver’s ed as hours and hours of sitting in a classroom watching those horrible vintage auto accident videos from decades before I was even born. I had just assumed I would be paying for an expensive driver’s ed experience like that for my kids.