Alabama Drivers License Restrictions - Tag
In certain situation, the Department of Public Safety may be forced to place a restriction onto your Alabama drivers license, to keep you and other drivers around you safe. Restrictions are placed onto your Alabama drivers license at the time of issuance and they usually denote a limitation in your driving ability or a health condition that may affect your ability to operate a vehicle. Removing a restriction from your Alabama driver license will require you to to submit to additional testing that will prove that the condition that warranted for the restriction in the first place no longer applies. Teen drivers should be mindful of Alabama provisional license restrictions that are part of the state's graduated license program.
Lack of driving experience is a number one risk factor for new drivers and this is especially true for teenage drivers. In order to address the issue, the Alabama Department of Public Safety has developed a graduated drivers license system, which is a set of laws and driving restrictions that were designed to keep teen drivers safe. Although the Alabama graduated drivers license program is somewhat outdated, it still features the same key elements as the graduated license programs in many other states around the country. An extended learners permit holding period, drivers education classes and supervised driving hours - these are the tools utilized by the Alabama graduated driver license program.