In order for teen drivers in California to get their provisional driving permit, they must complete a state-approved Driver’s Ed course and pass their written driving test. As part of the Driver’s Ed program, teen drivers are required to complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of practice driving behind the wheel. The...
While crash rates among teenaged drivers have declined as a result of graduated licensing systems, motor vehicle accidents continue to be the leading cause of both death and disability among teenagers. Teenaged probationary drivers in countries such as Australia have been required to drive with teen driving decals on their vehicles for a while now,...
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