Like many other states, Michigan recently adopted a graduated license program. Most people think that it is one of the strictest laws in the nation, but it actually allows teenagers the opportunity to gradually learn to drive because 14-year-olds may obtain a permit.
“We want to start them that young so they will have the maximum amount of adult-supervision driving during practice before driving on their own,” says Patricia Waller, director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
Though this law has a shred of freedom, in a Libertarian society, the government would not be able to restrict the movement of peaceful teenagers. All roads would be private and CEOs, rather than politicians, would decide when people get permits.
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4 comments on “Michigan lets 14-year-olds drive”
Privatized roads? i think thats taking it a bit too far. that's bordering on anarchy. road building is one of the only legit government jobs
Im 14 years old and i want to drive
Of course it is Jnkbortka, and government needs to keep stealing from individuals to pay for it.
I WISH OHIO COULD LET SOME 14 YEAR OLDS GET THEIR PERMITS, I WISH THAT THEIR WAS SOMETHING TO CHANGE THE CAPITAIL OF OHIO MIND