Graduated driver licensing laws are meant to instill best practices in young drivers so that they can lower their risks for becoming involved in a serious accident. Teens are able to get a significant amount of driving practice time with course instructors at a driving school and a parent or guardian before obtaining their driver license.
After a teen has passed the requirements set forth by each state for obtaining a license, he or she will be limited to certain restrictions placed on young drivers. These restrictions are meant to protect new drivers and include not driving with passengers, not driving at nighttime, and refraining from cell phone use at all times.
For even more information on the basics of graduated driver licensing, be sure to check out this video. If you’re still left with a few questions, be sure to contact our instructors here at Adams School of Driving. We’ve been helping young men and women gain the knowledge they need to become safe and confident drivers for over sixty years. Call us today at (847) 965-6565 to learn more about our driving programs.