New Jersey lawmakers have passed a bill to create stricter driver license requirements for teens — and their parents. Are the changes too restrictive, or just what’s needed? Let’s start a conversation.
New Jersey lawmakers Monday night passed a bill to create stricter driver license requirements for teens — and their parents.
It would double the length of a learner’s permit from six months to a year. And both teens and their parents would be required to take an additional 90-minute driver-orientation class online or in person. Only then would a teen be eligible for a basic driver license.
If signed by Gov. Chris Christie, the new law would take effect in early 2013. Are you hoping he’ll sign?