learner's permit


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a document authorizing the bearer to learn to drive an automobile

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In contrast, teens on a learner's permit drive more safely, with their crash/near crash and risky driving rates similar to those of adults.
In contrast, teens on a learner's permit drove more safely, with their crash/near crash and risky driving rates similar to those of adults.
However, the holder of a driving license issued by Army authorities; holder of a driving license issued by an officer authorized by the Government under the Motor Vehicle Ordinance, 1965 or any other law for the time being in force; holder of a license who has failed to renew it within stipulated time and holder of a foreign driving license are exempted from obtaining learner's permit.
The new program is based on European Union countries such as Germany, France, Italy and Denmark, where drivers are issued a learner's permit and are monitored prior to being granted a driver's license.
Residents can register to vote online at www.lanecounty.org/elections, using a valid Oregon driver's license, state-issued identification card or a learner's permit.
The minimum requirements include a learner's permit of 2 months or longer, night restriction, and passenger restriction; states vary in their requirements.
Against his better judgment and parental duty, he lets Ryan take the wheel despite the fact that it's contrary to the law for one with only a learner's permit to drive in the dark.
He'll need to hold a learner's permit for six months before his test.
Out for a joyride in a "borrowed" Porsche 911 with her "separated-at-birth best friend" Ro (short for Rosemarie), Gia is not the least bit worried when they get pulled over for speeding, despite the fact that Ro only has a learner's permit and they have an open six-pack of beer.
If you're a young driver (on a learner's permit or under 18), that's also illegal in 36 states and D.C.
I AM CURRENTLY ENGAGED, FOR THE SIXTH time in my life, in that wonderful rite of passage known as the learner's permit. I haven't been this attentive as a passenger in a car since that night about five years ago when, just beginning the return trip after a dinner outing, I suggested to my late-80's father that it would be a good time to let me have his car keys.
The GDL is a three-phase licensing system for novice drivers consisting of a learner's permit, a provisional licence, and a full licence.
In Massachusetts, a child can apply for a learner's permit at the age of 16.
It would include a requirement for a two-stage licensing process consisting of a learner's permit stage and an intermediate stage that would, among other things, prohibit teen drivers from using cellular telephones or other types of electronic communication devices except in an emergency.
Driving on a learner's permit, she was later charged with leaving the scene and driving without a license.