Pennsylvania License Restrictions - Tag
In certain cases, the Department of Transportation may be forced to put a restriction onto your Pennsylvania drivers license. License restrictions limit your driving privileges to operating a vehicle when certain conditions are met. Most of the Pennsylvania driver license restrictions are health related, although we can distinguish a number of junior license restrictions that apply to drivers who receive a license before they reach the age of 18 years. Pennsylvania junior drivers license restrictions are automatically removed from the license once the licensee reaches the age of 18. If you need help with a specific Pennsylvania license restriction code, please contact the PennDOT directly.
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.