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Junior Operator License
New Law:  Anyone getting a learner's permit after September 1, 2007, will have to take 12 hours of driving with the school and 40 hours with a parent.  We will keep you updated on any future changes.
Junior Operator License

Obtaining your license is a milestone that is often marked by excitement and at times fear. Your parent or guardian may not have to drive you to the movies or your friends' houses anymore, but you also have a set of rules to obey that are designed to ease your way into driving until you have gained the necessary behind the wheel experience that will make you a safe driver who is both aware and vigilant.

As you more forward, remember that driving is a privilege that should not be taken lightly. On this page, you will find helpful information such as safe driving tips, statistics on teen motor vehicle crashes, what to expect when obtaining your learner's permit and junior operator license, as well as information on what the law expects of you while driving on both.

You will also notice that we have provided links to our business partners' websites for you to browse at your convenience. These sites are full of information on subjects such as teens and alcohol, preparing for drivers education, and other useful hints on how to prepare.

So buckle up and drive safely!


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