Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by Fractual_, Jun 4, 2004.
for two teenagers to be on a road trip, even if one has a license?
never heard of a law about that. maybe there is, maybe there isn't. though there might be a restricion on the license if your not over 18. either way, i'd go on the road trip.
there is a curfew for anyone under 16 in my town HAHA its stupid
haha really! if you 'break' curfew whats the punishment?
community service, washing firetrucks and collectin garbage on the street
There was a curfiew where I live for minors at 10:30...plus we have the graduated license thing and minors can't drive after 10 or something, so if you get pulled over they take your license...hehe...
I'm not sure, but I think there might be something about minors crossing state lines. It depends on what kind of license you have in your state, and the driving laws in whatever state you're going to. For instance, I don't know if a 17 year old from Ohio got pulled over at 11:30 here would be punished for violating the underage curfiew...I don't know that stuff. Surely there is someone you can call....try the DMV...if they don't know, they probably know who will.
The age of the passenger might be a factor, as well. You really have to think of everything, because cops really have a ball when it comes to kids, especially dirty hippies...
I think its illegal to cross the state border if your under 18. Check with the pigs. They are A) Required to tell you the law and B) Likely to be helpful to you if your not a smartass
isnt there something online that would tell you?
Dude you are asking the wrong chick.
I don´t think it´s against the law.
why would it be against the law?
can you get a note from your parental unit?
I think not.
This law allows me to not let my crazied driven bro drive with me. And thank the lord for that
yeah, i would probably be able to get a note...lol.
depends entirely on what state you're passing through. driving laws are one thing where each state is still mostly allowed to make their own. some do require another licenced driver over the age of 21 to be in the vehicule with them, if you're under a certain age. certain age also entirely up to the state. so if you're under 21 and driving or planing on driving accross the u.s. it's probably a good idea to do a bit of homework first and check ahead. if some state wanted to requre you to be and or have someone over 100 in the car with you, as far as i know there's no federal law that says they can't. (or to have someone under 50 if YOU"RE over 100! no one's (as far as i know) come up with that one yet, but as my generation ages it wouldn't supprise a damd bit if some dingdong state did)
isnt there a website with all the US laws somewhere????
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