What if you're 23 and want to learn how to drive? Would I get a real license or a n00b license?
A real one I would think, but I'm kinda crappy at remembering legal stuff. The n00b one says, "You're too young to make decisions properly with other people in the car. Therefore, you are not allowed to have anyone else in the car unless they are a relative 21 years or older and even then it can't be after midnight."
"I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."
I got my license when I was 17, about two months after I graduated from high school. In fact, I drove myself to the DMV to take the test. Before that I had to test for my learner's permit twice, as they kept expiring.
Got my licence when I turned 18, aka when I hit the legal age.
I was pissed when my dad wouldn't allow me to try driving before 18, after he'd let me try it once on ice. I think he grumbled something about speed.
I drove first at thirteen, I think, and was driving regularly at fourteen, because at the time (no longer I believe) you could easily get a learner's permit and drive your parents around. My mom let me drive a lot.
I learned to drive when I was 24. I wasn't ready when I was 16 and then circumstances didn't allow me to have a car to practice with until 24. Luckily I got a state ID when I was 18 and in California the records don't differentiate between state IDs and driver's licenses. When it came time to get insurance I "had" a 6 year perfect driving record, so I didn't have to deal with the insurance costs of a beginning driver.
I want something much more different
Not these factories or prisons
I wish that the Earth was green again
I wish I had a gun in my hand