Leading Filipino tech brand Starmobile has recently announced a partnership with A-1 Driving School, the premier driving school in the country, to incorporate the use of mobile devices in the latter’s driver education program.
“While our courses are already recognized as one of the most respected and trusted in the industry, we are committed to further advance them by incorporating the latest technologies to make them more engaging, effective, and relevant for our students,” said A1 Driving School AVP Aljun Garcia. “We have found a partner in Starmobile, whose line up of devices and deep expertise in technology have enabled them to meet the requirements of our program.”
As part of the partnership, A-1 will deploy Starmobile ENGAGE 10 Pro and Starmobile UP Max to its instructors, registrants, and trainors in its more than 80 branches nationwide to assist them in providing personalized driving education to its clientele. A-1 and Starmobile will also collaborate on educational content on road safety and courtesy, including the proper and responsible use of mobile technology on the go, that will be shown to student drivers.
“We are happy to offer our devices to help A-1 in their mission to create not just skilled, but disciplined drivers,” said Starmobile Product Development Head Michael Chen. “We believe that we can move closer in making our dream of having better roads a reality by becoming better drivers.”
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