06RS SB13


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SB 13 (BR 189) - D. Harper Angel

     AN ACT relating to graduated driver's licenses for teenagers.
     Amend KRS 186.450 and create new sections of KRS Chapter 186 to require a person at least 16 years of age and under 18 years to hold an instruction permit for 180 days before applying for an intermediate license; require a person to hold an intermediate license for 180 days and complete a driver training program before applying for an operator's license; make a permit valid for three years and an intermediate license valid for two years; require a person applying for an intermediate license to present a statement signed by a parent or a guardian attesting to at least 60 hours of supervised driving, including at least ten hours at night with a licensed person at least 21 years of age; require a 180-day extension to the permit or intermediate license for a violation or conviction under KRS Chapter 186, 189, or 189A; require the State Police to affix a sticker to an intermediate license and update computer information; require that the intermediate license be carried while operating a vehicle; prohibit a driver with an intermediate license from driving between 12 midnight and 6 a.m. or at any time with three or more people under age 18 who are not related to the driver; amend KRS 186.412, 186.470, 186.480, 186.6401, and KRS 186.990 to conform.

     (Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)

     Sep 7-To: Interim Joint Committee on Transportation
     Jan 3-introduced in Senate
     Jan 5-to Transportation (S)

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