Aceable Secures $4 Million to Expand Driver’s Ed App
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An app that teaches teens driving skills has secured an investment to fuel its growth. The Aceable app raised an additional $4 million to expand its presence in four new states.
Aceable allows teens to skip in-person instruction and take driver’s ed courses on their phones. Since its launch in 2014, Aceable has helped more than 100,000 students earn their license.
The app features:
- Full, state-accredited, DMV-approved courses on iPhone, Android and the web;
- Unlimited free practice tests;
- Content that incorporates memes, videos and animations to keep learners engaged;
- Virtual assistance via chat, phone or social media; and
- Tools for parents to monitor their teens’ progress and see test results throughout the course.
Aceable is already operational in Texas, Florida, California, Ohio and Illinois. The company will use the $4 million investment to bring its app to Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Indiana, according to a news release.
The app is free and available for iOS and Android devices. To learn more about the app, visit the Aceable site.
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