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Requirements to Replace a Lost License

by Melissa Crumish on

So, you lost your driver’s license. Ouch, huh? Take heart for you’re not alone. It happens. A lot. Need proof? Check any Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website and you’ll find an entire page devoted to retrieving lost, destroyed or stolen licenses. This is good news if your drivers license has gone missing. How? Easy. […]

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Safe Driving Tips for Teen Drivers by Melissa Crumish on

DVD players and state-of-the-art sound systems are pretty standard features in most vehicles these days, so it’s no surprise kids grow up viewing cars as mobile entertainment systems. Consequently, the serious responsibilities of driving get lost on teen drivers when they take the wheel for the first time. In their minds, they’re operating a four-wheeled […]

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How Traffic Ticket Penalties Affect Teen Drivers by Alicia Sparks on

Overall, teen drivers deal with many of the same traffic ticket penalties as adult drivers; the difference is, those penalties usually are just a smidge (or, a lot, in some cases) harsher. “But…that’s not fair!” Well, it depends on how you look at it. Teen drivers are still learning, and it’s important to instill good, […]

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Getting Behind the Wheel: Important Info for Teen Drivers by Melissa Crumish on

As a teen driver, this may strike you as incomprehensible, but looking cool should not be your lone priority before getting behind the wheel of a car. There are more important things to focus on, like keeping your learners permit or drivers license. This requires familiarizing yourself with your state’s driving rules for teen drivers. […]

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Benefits of Taking Drivers Ed by Cara Hopkins on

Driver’s ed is a course you don’t want to miss. But if adding yet another class to your schedule doesn’t sound too cool, check out why it’s to your advantage to take driver education–especially if you’d like to see a driver’s license in your future. Why Take Driver’s Ed Your mom might be a good […]

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How to Prepare for Your First Driver’s License Test by Josh Tyson on

Few things are as exciting and terrifying as your first driving test. It is the keystone hurdle when applying for a new driver’s license. Do well and you’ll have legal access to America’s signature canvas of freedom – the open road. Blow it and you have to explain to your eager friends who you won’t […]

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