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The main purpose of a learners permit is to allow drivers license applicants to gain some driving experience before they take a drivers test. Hence all Delaware learners permits have a number of permit restrictions that must be observed until a full license is issued. There are a few different types of permits available in Delaware, depending on the age of an applicant and you will need to observe all permit restrictions that are specific to your permit type. Although these Delaware permit restrictions may seem as a nuisance right now, they significantly lower your chances of being involved in a traffic accident and coming out of that accident alive, should it happen anyway, so observance of all permit restrictions is in your best interest.
Delaware has its own graduated drivers license system that targets teenage drivers and aims at reducing the number of traffic accidents that involve drivers between 15 and 20 years of age. Similar programs are utilized by most states around the country and although they have minor differences, they all feature the same key elements - division of the licensing procedure into a series of steps, compulsory drivers education classes at certain stages of the program and a mandatory waiting period between issuance of a permit and a license. Remember: if you are over 18 years of the, the Delaware graduated drivers license program does not apply to you and you can obtain a drivers license through a simplified application process.
Taking the 2013 Illinois permit test is the first step towards obtaining a drivers license. The 2013 Illinois permit test questions cover the rules of the road, road signs and defensive driving techniques. If you want to nail the permit test the first time you take it, make sure to start studying well in advance. There are many ways for you to prepare for the test, but reading the official rules of the road book and taking an Illinois practice permit test or two certainly won't hurt.