Chicago, IL—ABEL driving school has opened in Chicago, Illinois. 

This is not a place to drive for free, but we can’t let it stand in the way of a good education.

ABEL Driving School is a program run by the University of Chicago School of Business that aims to give high school students the opportunity to study driving skills, and give them the skills that will enable them to get a job in the automotive industry.ABEL Driver is the flagship program at the United States Department of Education’s Accelerate for Success Program, a new initiative that is targeting students who have not yet graduated high school. 

The Accelerate program is designed to help students get the skills needed to succeed in a wide range of careers, from entry-level positions in the technology sector to management positions in a number of industries. 

ABEL students will also be able to attend ABel driving schools in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, the Czech Republic, and Spain. 

In addition, ABEL drivers will learn to drive in the United Nations, the European Union, and other countries. 

With more than 15,000 graduates across the United States, ABL is expanding and growing with more than 300 locations across the country.ABL is also a part of the Carbon Capture Coalition, a national program aimed at reducing carbon emissions in America’s automotive sector. 

To learn more about this program, visit and the Accelerate website.ABALA Driving School is open to all age groups, all genders, as well as those with disabilities. 

Our goal is to give all ABALA drivers the skills they need to get a job, and help them find the next great job. 

We are excited to bring this exciting new program to Chicago, and encourage anyone who wants to learn how to drive to come join us. 

All of the vehicles used by the students are licensed, and are insured. 

If you have any questions or comments, please email us at [email protected] or call 773-547-1250.