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Old December 12th, 2012, 06:23 PM
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Re: teen driving trend

Yay! Very good news!
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Re: teen driving trend

DS hasn't expressed any interest in driving now that I got the stuff he'd need to do/learn to get his premit
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Yes... freedom sounds awesome until you're actually confronted with the responsibility.
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Re: teen driving trend

I got my license when I was 16 and believe me my parents regretted greatly for paying for my license...I was too irresponsible and crashed twice in one month and not to mention that for one year driving my parents had paid 3,000 bucks for all the tickets I got. I personally think that when they turn 18 that's when they should start driving of course an exception can be made i f they have a job.
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Re: teen driving trend

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I got my license when I was 16 and believe me my parents regretted greatly for paying for my license...I was too irresponsible and crashed twice in one month and not to mention that for one year driving my parents had paid 3,000 bucks for all the tickets I got. I personally think that when they turn 18 that's when they should start driving of course an exception can be made i f they have a job.
Hi kiwidad88, i think you would be the exception though. I did a straw poll on Trademe, about three-four years ago, and while not statistically sound, there were very few who had done anything worse than fender-benders while they were teenagers. Personally very glad my DD got her restricted licence at 16 and her full at 17.
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Re: teen driving trend

Sigh

DS still isn't ready to take his permit test

I've told him he'll have to do it this summer or wait until next summer (the testing place has limited hours and I'm not missing work/he's not missing school for him to test
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Re: teen driving trend

DS has his license!

Now mom will have to let him solo.
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Congratulations! And.... good luck.
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Re: teen driving trend

LOL... Yep... Congrats!

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