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Hawaii Graduated License Law

Permit License Age 15 Permit applications by minors must be signed by both parents or, when applicable, by the certified custodial parent, certified custodial guardian, or certified foster parents. (Only certified copies of court documents are acceptable.) The spouse (who is an adult) of a minor applicant may sign the license application with proof of age and certified copy of ... Read More »

Indiana Graduated License Law

Learner’s License Age 15 Limited learner permit issued, at the age of 15, for the sole purpose of allowing a student driver to enroll in a BMV-approved driver education course. provide proof of identity and date of birth; show proof of enrollment in a BMV-approved driver education program by surrendering the certificate of driver education provided by the school; be ... Read More »

Alabama Graduated License Law

Learner’s Permit First let’s get you a permit (Must be 15 years old) The examination for the license is taken from information in the Alabama Driver’s Manual. Upon passing the required examination, the applicant will be issued a Class D Alabama driver license with a “Y” restriction. The “Y” restriction indicates that the holder may operate a motor vehicle while ... Read More »

Michigan Graduated License Law

Level I – Learner’s License Age 14 & 8 months Segment 1 driver education certificate. Pass vision test. Parent/guardian signature. Restrictions: May operate a motor vehicle only when accompanied by a licensed parent or legal guardian or any licensed driver 21 years of age or older designated by the parent or legal guardian. If your teen is driving with a ... Read More »

Minnesota Graduated License Law

Phase I – Instruction Permit Qualifications: Must be at least 15 years of age. Must have completed 30 hours of classroom instruction and be enrolled in behind-the-wheel instruction. Must pass vision and written tests, complete application, and pay the required fee. Parent or legal guardian signature and certification required. Conditions: Permit holder may drive under the supervision of a certified ... Read More »

Colorado Graduated License Law

Beginning July 1, 2005, regardless of when you got your license, if you are under 18 you cannot drive a vehicle carrying a passenger under 21 unless you have held your driver license for at least 6 months. And, you cannot drive a vehicle carrying more than one passenger under 21 unless you have held your driver license for at ... Read More »

Georgia Graduated License Law

TAADRA is a graduated driver’s license program for young drivers ages 15 to 18. It was established in Georgia by a collaborative effort of highway safety advocates, legislators, law enforcement officials, educators, businesses and media in the wake of a high number of fatal vehicle crashes involving young, inexperienced drivers. This act directly addresses the leading killer of our young ... Read More »

Illinois Graduated License Law

Effective January 1, 2004, the GDL law will change to reflect new passenger limitations for beginning teen drivers. For the first six months of a person’s license or until the driver is age 18, whichever occurs first, the number of passengers in a vehicle is limited to one person under the age of 20, unless the additional passenger(s) is a ... Read More »

Idaho Graduated License Law

The following information does not include every requirement for a driver’s license. The Idaho Driver’s Manual should be consulted for further information. GRADUATED DRIVER’S LICENSE PROGRAM Effective January 1, 2001, anyone under 17 years of age who has not been issued a driver’s license in Idaho must successfully complete an approved driver training program and comply with the requirements of ... Read More »

Iowa Graduated License Law

INSTRUCTION PERMIT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Available at age 14. Written approval of parent/guardian. Satisfactory performance in vision screening and knowledge tests. CONDITIONS Must be held for a minimum of six months. All driving must be supervised by a licensed driver. May drive only with parent/guardian, immediate family member over 21, driver education teacher, driver over 25 with written permission of parent/guardian. ... Read More »