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The senate is considering a National Graduated Driver Licensing Incentive Grant Program that would phase young beginners into full driving privileges as they mature and develop driving skills. In order to qualify for federal grants, the bill would require states to have three-stage licensing processes that would include prohibitions on nighttime driving during the learner and intermediate stages. In addition, during the first two stages, more than one non-family member passenger would not be allowed in the vehicle unless a licensed driver at least 21 years old were present.

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