Acme is launching a brand new school to help drivers learn how to drive cars, according to a report in the Australian Financial Review.

The company is using a program that has already been approved by the Australian government, but is not yet on the road.

The ACME school will teach drivers from age 12 to 30 how to use a car’s features, such as its safety features, steering wheel, and airbag, and how to apply them to real-world driving situations.

“With the right skills, you can create the car you want to drive,” ACME Australia CEO and chief executive officer John Cates said in a statement.

“We’re looking forward to sharing this with the world and helping young drivers get on their way to the top.”

ACME is working with a range of other Australian car manufacturers to help educate people.

“Acme is the only Australian-based company that has a proven track record of delivering quality training to the automotive industry,” ACCE Australia CEO Simon Stapleton said in the statement.

Acme’s aim is to train drivers with a minimum of $250,000 in funding from its parent company, Acme.

It also plans to start a test drive program in September.

The new school, which will be in Adelaide, will teach about the ACME brand, which is a product of the automotive and automotive tech startup company Acme Automotive.

ACME Automotive was founded by former Acme CEO Ian Harkness and is run by former CEO Nick Mould.

ACM will be looking to recruit drivers to the program.

The Australian Financial Report reported that ACME’s first car, the M1, sold out in December.

The car was developed with the help of Acme technology, which the company claims is better than the competitors.