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Although the state is moving in the right direction with its graduated drivers license system, there are still many improvements that could be made easily and could result in saving a large number of teenage drivers. Such improvements could include introducing a limit to the number of passengers that can be present in the vehicle operated by a teenage driver, restricting the usage of cell phones while driving and providing the Highway Patrol with the ability to control and enforce the seat belt restrictions.
In order to safeguard new drivers, the licensing procedure was divided into a number of steps and new drivers are first issued with a learners permit. Your Mississippi learners permit allows you to practice driving, but it comes with various learners permit restrictions. Mississippi permit restrictions are age depended, so you have to check what restrictions apply to you. If you received a temporary learners permit under the Mississippi graduated drivers license program, you will need to make sure to observe all temporary permit restrictions as well as the regular age and safety limitations.
As traffic conditions around the country become more congested, most states recognize the need for additional measures that would improve traffic safety. The graduated drivers license system that was recently introduced in Mississippi is one of such measures. The Mississippi graduate drivers license targets drivers under 18 years of age and utilizes additional license and permit restrictions for safeguarding young drivers. Recent changes to the Mississippi graduated drivers license law also raised the minim age for obtaining a drivers license.
If you want to get a drivers license in Mississippi, you will have to go through the 2013 Mississippi permit test. The permit test was devised for evaluating your knowledge of the state driving rules, traffic regulations road signs and safe driving practices. It does not matter how old you are when you are applying for a license, everyone must take the test. Most of the first time applicants fail the Mississippi permit test 2013 the first time they take it, if you want to pass the test on your first try, make sure to spend some time reading the drivers manual and testing yourself with the Mississippi permit practice test.