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The Driving Dungeon In the US in the last year states and providences such as Salt Lake City and Colorado have been changing their driving laws for new teenage driving This is making the process longer and more stressful for a teens to get their licenses It is also taking away from the great joy of a parent to allow their children to legally go out for them to run errands or just to have some free time alone Instead what it is doing for the parents is forcing them to stay with there kid take time out of there day and put them into a car with their child behind the wheel This is usually very stressful on that parent while at the same time making the teen feel trapped and locked up I propose to show you the many negative sides to this law compared to the few advantages Effective July 1 1999 Colorado has a new law that changes how a minor anyone under 18 gets their instruction permit and drivers license This new law changes the age that a minor may apply for a permit and also restricts the license of drivers under 17 years of age Along with that new drivers will now be required to hold their first instruction permit for at least 6 months and be at least 16 years of age before they can get a driver license in Colorado This means that if they get their permit on your 15th birthday you will have to hold the permit for a year until your 16th birthday before you can apply for the license If you apply for your permit on or after July 1 1999 at the time you apply for your driver license law will require you to submit a log of your driving experience a total of 50 hours or more At least 10 of those hours must have been night driving experience An attached
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