It is 15 for the permit (you have to drive with a licensed adult), and 16 for the whole deal. You have to get your permit before you get your license. I think it is only for Tennessee because in Mississippi you can get your license (the real deal) at 15 (at least that is how it was when my dad was a kid).Wait what? Only 15? I guess it's made so late in our country so "midgets" like me(not midgets like literally but like, really, below average short people) and edgy young teens wouldn't get all cocky behind the wheel. (Somehow we have loads of unliscenced people caught driving)
We can really get car liscenses at age 16 but they're "incomplete" meaning you need to have a liscenced experienced driver with the allowance to "guide/supervise" your driving so it's just easier to wait for year 18 to get a full deal.
Man, do i wish to live where you are! Is it so for only Tennessee or does it apply to all of USA?
At least there's only the school test and the ARK test, all in one swell swoop. I heard that there are many stages to getting liscenses somewhere else, just curious...
True. I sold crochet stuff!The person below me had a mini busness when they were a tween. (I did. I sold peppermint bark every November-January for 3 years. I got so many orders one year that I had my whole family make pepermint bark with me.)
Sorry, but this is a thread on "let your hare down- a place to discuss everything BUT rabbits"Why don't we discuss RABBITS and leave all the other private areas of our lives out of the rabbit forum. I logon almost daily to find information that will help me better person to and for my rabbit and almost all I read about is family issues and their private lives, Thanks!
Hi, I understand where you are coming from but this part of the forum is called ‘let your hare down’, where you don’t need to talk about rabbits.Why don't we discuss RABBITS and leave all the other private areas of our lives out of the rabbit forum. I logon almost daily to find information that will help me better person to and for my rabbit and almost all I read about is family issues and their private lives, Thanks!