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  1. NJ GDLGraduated Driver Licensing by Amy Dalgewicz

  2. Why is GDL so important?

  3. Click here for More Teen Driving Facts and Sources http://www.allstatefoundation.org/sites/default/files/Teen_Driving_Facts.pdf

  4. Why is GDL so important?

  5. THE EARLY BIRD ROAD STEP #1: Get a Special Learners Permit 16 years old Parent/Guardian Signature Pass Vision Test Pass Knowledge Test Pay Fee Behind-the-Wheel 1 month before your 16th Birthday you should CALL a 6hr BTW Driving School

  6. THE EARLY BIRD ROAD STEP #2: Practice Supervised Driving Adult Supervisor Follow Special Learners Permit Restrictions Practice for 6 Months

  7. THE EARLY BIRD ROAD STEP #3: Get Probationary Driver License 17 years old Complete Supervised Driving NO Suspensions NO Postponements Pass Road Test

  8. THE EARLY BIRD ROAD STEP #4: Practice Unsupervised Driving Probationary Driver Restrictions Practice for at Least 1 year

  9. THE EARLY BIRD ROAD STEP #5: Get a Basic Driver License 18 years old Complete Unsupervised Driving NO Suspensions NO Postponements Pay Fee

  10. Special Learner Permit Driving Restrictions • NO driving between 11:01pm and 5:00am • NO cell phones NO hand held video games • NO electronic devices • Only 1 passenger unless parent/guardian is in the vehicle • Seatbelts must be worn by everyone • If 21 Years Old – NO passenger/Hour Restrictions • Probationary Driver License Restrictions • NO driving between 11:01pm and 5:00am • NO cell phones • NO hand held video games • NO electronic devices • Only 1 passenger unless parent/guardian is in the vehicle • Seatbelts must be worn by everyone • If 21 Years Old – NO passenger/Hour Restrictions

  11. THE YOUNG ADULT ROAD STEP #1: Get an Examination Permit 17 years old Parent/Guardian Signature Pass Knowledge Test Pass Vision Test Pay Fee

  12. THE YOUNG ADULT ROAD STEP #2: Practice Supervised Driving Adult Supervisor Follow Examination Permit Restrictions Practice for 6 Months

  13. THE YOUNG ADULT ROAD STEP #3: Get Probationary Driver License Complete Supervised Driving NO Suspensions NO Postponements Pass Road Test

  14. THE YOUNG ADULT ROAD STEP #4: Practice Unsupervised Driving Probationary Driver Restrictions Practice for at Least 1 year

  15. STEP #5: Get a Basic Driver License • Complete Unsupervised Driving • NO Suspensions • NO Postponements • Pay Fee THE YOUNG ADULT ROAD

  16. Examination Permit Restrictions NO driving between 11:01pm and 5:00am NO cell phones NO hand held video games NO electronic devices Must have Adult Supervisor in Front Seat Only one (1) passenger unless parent/guardian is in the vehicle Seatbelts must be worn by everyone If 21 Years Old – NO passenger/hour restrictions

  17. Sources (July 15, 2007). GDL Definitions. Retrieved July 14, 2008, from State of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Web site: http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/gdl_definitions.htm McGraw Hill, (2006). Retrieved July 14, 2008, from Glenco Web site: http://www.glencoe.com/sites/new_jersey/teacher/drivereducation/index.html National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) – 2003 DATA NSC Family Safety & Health, Summer 2004 http://www.allstatefoundation.org/sites/default/files/Teen_Driving_Facts.pdf