It must be a strange situation if you’re a dad and you choose this driving school in the Houston area.
From the outset, it’s labeling you a secondary parent and already making you feel less important.
But it gets even more bizarre if you’re looking for adult courses. Imagine being a grown man and attending a driving school that your mom — er, wife? — has approved.
It’s disappointing to see professional drivers’ education offering an inclusive program with such an exclusionary name. After all, its website states that teens must complete a “mandatory 30 hours of parent-supervised in-car driving.”
If a dad is good enough to offer that parent supervision while driving, isn’t he good enough to be mentioned by name?
In a world that won’t stand for inequality and unfairness, shouldn’t this company be driven by principles that don’t ignore parents on the basis of gender?
It’s time for change.