Graduated Driver Licensing
Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) Laws are licensing programs created to protect new drivers and help them obtain hands-on experience under lower-risk conditions. These laws work, too—they've actually been proven to save lives. Typically, GDL laws contain provisions for extended periods of adult supervision during learner phases, restrictions on late-night driving and driving with other teen passengers, plus mandated seat belt use. Heads up, though—each state's GDL laws are different, so check the laws where you live.
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