Posted by The Washington Post on Sunday, August 30, 2019 08:59:46Parents who want to get their kids ready for school are faced with a series of challenges.
The first is finding a reliable and affordable car, while the second is finding the right car to get them to school.
Allstate Trucking, a subsidiary of Allstate, offers a new school transportation service that provides a vehicle for parents to take their children to school and back, regardless of their transportation status.
The service has been rolled out to schools and local community centers in 15 states.
It is offered in the following locations:Allstate’s truck fleet is loaded with students who need transportation for their learning and extracurricular activities.
To get started, parents can register at the company’s website or by calling 800-534-2980.
Parents can request their child be placed in a vehicle through the AllState Road Trip service.
The cost is $250 for students aged 9-17 and $1,500 for students 16 and over.
The company also offers a $100 voucher to parents for the trip.
To enroll your child in the All-State Road Trolley, parents must provide proof of income and be eligible for the AllShare scholarship program.
Allstate says it will match the students’ scholarships up to $1 for each child, but it will not pay the full amount.
The program provides up to six students a trip, which must be paid for with the Allshare scholarship.
To qualify, parents have to have an income of at least $25,000 for 2017 and 2018.
The company offers the program to schools across the country, but Allstate does not provide any reimbursement for transportation costs.
Allison Lefkowitz, an Allstate spokeswoman, said the company is not reimbursing the cost of the trip and it’s not a scholarship.
Parents who qualify are able to apply for the scholarship by sending their child an application or an application by e-mail.
For additional assistance, the company also provides a $1 scholarship for parents with children aged 9 to 16.
All state schools are required to offer the All share program, which pays for tuition, books, room and board, transportation, meals and transportation of students with disabilities.
In 2017, AllState offered scholarships to families earning less than $75,000 and families earning more than $125,000.
In 2018, the scholarship program was expanded to all schools.
AllShare is offered to all students who qualify and is designed to be more cost-effective and to allow students to participate in educational opportunities that are free of cost.
AllState Road Trips will start in July, and parents can request a trip at no cost through the company website or through an online application.
The trip can be a family-friendly experience for students, Lefkwowitz said.
Parents will receive a personalized message and an email from AllShare’s staff that outlines the details of the road trip.
Parents must provide their child with an account number, which is typically linked to their home phone number.
Parents can then sign up on the company web site.
The trip is paid for by the All Share scholarship program, and all expenses will be covered by the company.
If parents cannot afford the trip, they can use their own money for transportation.
All Share is designed so that parents can pay the entire cost of their trip in one transaction.
If they don’t, the trip is waived at no additional cost.
The AllShare program is available to students who live in one of the following areas:The company is partnering with schools to expand the program, but students can apply through the school district.
All states that participate in the program include Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington.