Graduated Drivers License - Tag
Graduated drivers license program is a system that was designed to pace teenagers who are trying to achieve a drivers license. Instead of granting the applicant with the full driving privileges, the graduated license systems breaks down the licensing process into a number of smaller steps. Each stage of the graduated drivers license system is intended to teach the applicant certain skills and once these skills are mastered, the applicant is moved to the next stage of the program. The final step of the GDL program is a full unrestricted drivers license.
Joshua’s law is a manifestation of the Graduated Drivers License (GDL) program that is currently utilized in most states around the country. Joshua’s law targets teenage drivers license applicants and is intended to decrease the number of car accidents that involve teenage drivers.
Interim Drivers License is one of the intermediate steps in the Graduate Drivers License (GDL) program. The interim license is usually issued to driver’s licenseapplicants who are under 18 years of age and have already passed both the written permit test and the driver’s license test at the DMV and have held the learner’s permit for the required period of time.