Thank You, DriversEd.com Facebook Fans!

DriversEd.com Facebook: 50,000 likesThank you to all of our fans for being with us, for trusting us with your lives and safety, and for sharing laughs with us on the DriversEd.com Facebook page!

Today we are celebrating a remarkable milestone for our Facebook page—we have reached 50,000 likes! (Like this if you like this!)

We are touched by the attention you have given us, and we appreciate the time that you spend with us, working on your California, Texas, Georgia or any other state drivers education. And to be completely honest, we simply love you! To prove our love, we would like to reward you with some awesome prizes.

To enter for a chance to win, tell us in this blog post’s comments what you like the most about being a driver or what you look forward to as a new driver. The commenter with the most quirky and unique idea will win an iPod shuffle! We’ll also pick two runners-up to win a free online drivers ed course!

The three winners will be announced on Monday, so submit your comments now!

Have fun sharing your thoughts and experiences with us—we sure look forward to reading them!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Mr.FreedomSwag Justin Lee

    I can’t wait until I get that license, and I’m able to drive my family from place to place with no regard of any subjects such as public transportation wait.

  • http://www.facebook.com/emascorro Edwin Mascorro

    Personally, what I love most about driver is being able to drive wherever I please and being able to help out stranded motorists any possible way. Having an emergency First Aid kit can really help out when needed. Either way, if it wasn’t for DriversEd.com, i wouldn’t be on the road now. It seriously gave me the tools to be a safe driver. Thanks!

  • Ian

    When I become a driver the first thing I’m going to do is take my grandmother to her favorite tea place because she can’t driver herself there anymore and when I’m done with that I’m gonna get a pilot liscene so I can ask a girl to prom via helicopter. Dream big.

  • Alicia

    I like being a driver because it gives me freedom, and makes me feel like a grown responsible woman.

  • Ritvik Dhavale

    What I really like as a new driver is the fact that there is so much freedom. I can go where ever I want and whenever I want. I don’t feel like I am dependent on my parents to give me rides to school. It also is the first step of being a responsible teenager. The reason I say responsible is because with a car I could buy groceries for my parents. Another advantageous thing about driving is the fact that I can drive my mother to Stanford Hospital for her chemotherapy treatments. I believe being a driver is not only fun but also another level of responsibility which I am happy to have.

  • http://www.facebook.com/aprilFRIGGINmendoza April Nieves Mendoza

    What I’m looking forward to as a new driver is a certain freedom I haven’t experienced. I abhor asking for rides from others, and public transportation isn’t an option in my town. Not having a license is a big inconvenience in my family and circle of friends—doctors appointments, being a designated driver, and emergencies are just some of the things that the people I love are in need for. Having the ability to up and leave when I need to with little to no hassle is a something I’m sorely in need of.

  • Madi

    What I look forward too as a new driver is to be able to show my friends how true responsibility looks being a driver, while having fun as well. Responsibility does not have to be boring, and I look forward to proving that.

  • Samantha Salazar

    What I look forward to as a new driver is the fact that I’ll be an independent and responsible college student who will finally be able to have the freedom that I’ve been waiting for for so long. I have always gotten by because of living near family who has been so supportive and able to give me rides to different places but with a license I know that I’ll be able to repay them should they ever have car trouble or need someone to look after their children without them having to come get me first (which happens every time they need a babysitter). I look forward to so many new opportunities in the future and I can’t wait to get my license so that I can enjoy life a little bit more and not be so dependent on others like I have been for so long.

  • Leslie

    I can’t wait to drive again!! It will mean freedom and it will make getting a job so much easier!

  • Zachary ortiz

    I can’t wait to become a new driver. I have a job that I have to walk to and from every day. I’m 16 and ready to drive.