Suspended road tests give teens easier route to licenses

Teens across the country waiting anxiously to get their driver’s licenses were disappointed when most state motor vehicle departments suspended road testing for weeks — and sometimes for months — after the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March. While many states have since returned to road testing, several others have opted to waive that requirement and allow teens to get their license anyway, at least for a time. That’s only fair, state officials say. The teens typically have completed many hours of classroom instruction and supervised driving time. They need a license to get to jobs and help the…

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