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Alaska 14 years. Arizona 15 years, 6 months. Arkansas 14 years. California 15 years, 6 months.
Fourteen-year-olds can drive with a permit after they pass a written test. Unsupervised driving not allowed if the driver has an instruction permit or a learner's permit. Fifteen-year-olds enrolled in a driver's ed class can apply for an instruction permit.
At 14 years and 8 months, you're old enough to begin your training as a new Michigan driver. Before you can get your level 1 license (the equivalent of a learner's permit), you must complete segment 1 of drivers ed, which consists of: At least 24 hours of classroom learning. ... Four hours of driving observation.
Anytime after your Minnesota teen has turned 14, they can enroll and complete the book portion of driver's education. Full-time homeschool students are able to complete a Minnesota-approved book course at home with a parent as the instructor.
Driving between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. is prohibited unless driving to or from employment, or with a parent, legal guardian, or licensed adult over 21 years old.
n Shall not operate a motor vehicle between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. except when: n driving to or from or in the course of employment; n driving to or from an authorized activity; or n accompanied by a parent or legal guardian or a licensed driver 21 years of age or older designated by the parent or legal guardian.
At age 16, after an individual has held a permit for 6 months and completed a minimum of 50 hours behind-the-wheel practice, they are eligible for the road test. An individual can be waived from taking the road test if they have received a certificate from their Driver Education instructor.
Countries with the lowest driving ages (17 and below) are Canada, El Salvador, Iceland, Israel, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, the United Kingdom (mainland), United States and Zimbabwe.
Minimum Driving Age in North America Most states are from age 16, South Dakota is the youngest at just 14.5 years old, whilst New Jersey the oldest at 17, albeit restrictions for all drivers under 18.
Age Limits for Driving in the USA The age at which you are legally allowed to drive alone on a full driving license in the US varies by state, but falls between 16 and 18 years of age.
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