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Several factors are contributing to lower driver's licensing rates for teenagers. One is that stay-at-home mandates designed to tamp the virus's spread caused the cancellation of many in-person driver's education classes. (D. Rose/Shutterstock) Several factors are contributing to lower driver’s licensing rates for teenagers. One is that stay-at-home mandates designed to tamp the virus’s spread caused the cancellation of many in-person driver’s education classes. (D. Rose/Shutterstock)

In many states, COVID-19 has caused a significant interruption in the process of getting a driver’s license. It follows that a recent Aceable survey found that 71% of parents with a teen said their child’s driving education been delayed by the pandemic.

As of December 2020, 43% of parents said their 15- or 16-year-old teen had not completed the necessary education to get behind the wheel.

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