I have a Junior Operators License in Massachusetts, which means that I can not drive between 12:30-5 AM and can not have any passengers under 21 (besides family) in the car with me. However, the passenger restriction is not listed on the back of the license. What I am wondering is if I still have to obey this regulation in other states. For example, in New Hampshire, where I will be going skiing, the law states that you may have 1 passenger. So, my question is, am I under Massachusetts or New Hampshire law when driving in New Hampshire with a Mass license?
I have no problems with driving people, I've done it plenty of times.. But my parents will kill me if they find out that I did it, so I would rather show them some proof if anybody could find some and tell them instead of get in trouble with them
That's better than, at 16 you can't drive past 10 pm and can only have 1 passenger under 21. Until you're 17. Fuck that. And my mom even made me follow it and I've never been pulled over in my life. Bullshit
haha same here. however, my parents wouldnt let me have any friends in the car until i was 17. i was pissed as hell but definitely understand why.
seriously dude get over it and go at it(if she's up for that), turn the lights off, go wild while that raunchy yet titillating scent fills the air, and when your done admire that pollock like artwork that used to be the bed sheets---PASKIINGSUCKS
VT we have to take a little quiz, but you can get 4 wrong out of 20 and still pass. Then at 16 we get a license, and no driving friends unless you have a parent or someone over 25 with you, and after 3 months you can drive family, and then after 6 months you can drive anyone. After that, I think the only things is that you can lose it for going more than 15 over until you are 18. Never had any issues with it tho, and I'm 20 now so I'm set
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