Each state in the United States establishes their own driving laws, including laws about the age at which teens can begin driving, and the rules vary greatly about graduated license requirements. Research shows many parents aren't good at teaching kids to become safe drivers.Instead, they depend too much on driver's education programs.There are exceptions to age of sexual consent laws.The child pornography distribution criminal laws that comprise “sexting” offenses were largely written with sexual predators in mind, and don’t reflect the reality that most sexting crimes are between teens via cell phones.
Each state has different laws about learner's permits and how many hours a teen needs to be behind the wheel.
Different countries have different laws regarding the age of consent. Most jurisdictions allow minors above a certain age to marry with parental and/or government permission.
In jurisdictions which allow this, a minor who is married is an exception to the law.
Over the past decade, research has shown that graduated license programs can be instrumental in reducing car crashes among teens.
Graduated licenses give teens an opportunity to gain maturity and improve their driving skills one step at a time.