The average American family spends about 208 hours per year driving together. How do you and your kids spend those hours? With the launch of the new Honda Road Readers program, Honda wants to promote literacy while helping busy families make the most of that time. Using this new app, Honda owners will be able to access free childrens’ audiobooks through the Honda Road Readers program. Here’s how it works, and how you can get your free audiobooks for kids!
How to Sign up For Honda Road Readers
Any Honda owner can sign up for the program: it doesn’t matter whether your car is old or new. First, go to www.hondaroadreaders.com. You’ll be asked to register with your Honda VIN (Vehicle identification Number). You can find this number on your car’s registration paperwork, on a label on the bottom corner of your windshield, or on the label on the inside of the driver’s side door frame. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll be able to download the Road Readers app for Apple or Android devices, and pick out your five free audiobooks.
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