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** *Driving Restrictions for Learner Permits* **

Date posted: 06/10/2012

by Melissa Crumish on June 10, 2012
in License & Endorsements

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627 Driving Restrictions for Learner PermitsNow that you have your driving
permit, enjoying a newfound cool-factor normally only reserved for high
school seniors sporting barbed wire tattoos, don’t lose it by playing
dumb to your driving restrictions.

Every state imposes driver permit restrictions. Not because it can, but
because it needs to protect you. Statistics prove that teen drivers have
the highest accident rates out of all driver groups. Consequently, until
you gain more confidence behind the wheel and prove you’re a safe and
responsible driver, you need to strictly adhere to your state’s learners
permit restrictions.

*Common Learners Permit Restrictions*

The restrictions you’ll have to stick to depend on your state, but in
most cases you can except some or all of the following driver permit
restrictions:

· Be accompanied in the front seat by another licensed driver. All states
require this; the difference lies in the age. Some states require the
driver to be at least 19; others bump it up to 21. Note that some states
require the driver to have a certain number of years of experience, too.
· Possible nighttime driving requirements. Driver permit holders in New
York, for example, require a licensed parent or guardian to accompany them
in the front seat between 9 p.m. to 5 a


Source: www.dmv.org/articles/driving-restrictions-for-learner-permits/


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A *driver's permit*, *learner's big* , *learner's license* or *provisional
license*, is a restricted license that is given to a person who is learning
to drive, but has not yet satisfied the requirement to obtain a driver's
license. Having a driver's permit for a certain length of time is usually
one of the requirements (along with driver's education and a road test) for
applying for a full driver's license. To get a learner's permit, one must
typically pass a written permit test, traffic, and rules of the road.

*Contents*

· 1 Learner's permit by country

· 1.1 Australia
· 1.2 Belgium
· 1.3 Canada
· 1.4 Germany
· 1.5 Hong Kong
· 1.6 New Zealand
· 1.7 Norway
· 1.8 Singapore
· 1.9 South Africa
· 1.10 Sweden
· 1.11 United Kingdom
· 1.12 United States

· 2 See also
· 3 References

*Learner's permit by country[edit]*

-Australia[edit]-

Laws regarding learner's permits in Australia differ between states.
However, all states require a number of hours supervised driving to be
undertaken and for


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learner's_permit

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