New Law Requires NC Teens to Log Drive Time

Starting January 1, 2012, a state law requires teens to turn in a log of their driving time before they can move up to the next level of the graduated licensing system. Teenagers with a learner's permit to have signed logs showing they drove 60 hours with an adult driver. Novice drivers then will need 12 more hours over the next six months to qualify for a full license.

The law; however doesn't apply to persons over 18 seeking a license for the first time. For more information, click here.

Make sure to stress the importance of safe driving with your teens. There are a lot of perils on North Carolina roads and highways – distracted drivers, drunk drivers, and inexperienced drivers. For questions or to stay on top of North Carolina road safety updates, follow us on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.

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