What is the difference between a learner’s license and an operator’s license? Laws and Rules of the Roadin Other (Education) by Marlboro30
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Florida Virtual Assignment 6.02 Laws and Rules of the Road
In one or more complete sentences, explain the details and requirements to obtain a driver license. What is the difference between a learner’s license and an operator’s license? One is able to get their learner's license at the age of 15 and it is valid for 1 year. It allows you to drive with someone above the age of 21 with a license in the car. In order to acquire an operator's license, one must be 16 years old at the least and have had permit for 6 months with at least forty hours of driving experience. It allows you to drive. Name at least two primary forms of identification needed to obtain a learner’s license. US Passport and birth certificate. Students may elect to take the knowledge test online or at a license office. What additional test must be taken at the licensing office? The driving test is required. ...
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