My 16 year old daughter took an online driving course, we then went to the DMV to get her learners permit so that we could then enroll her in a behind the wheel course....the lady at the info desk said, "nope, she needs her behind the wheel first, before getting a permit"...
This doesn't seem right, many of her friends say they took the online course, then got the permit and then took behind the wheel, they say you can't take behind the wheel (because you are driving, on the road) without a permit...
The second scenario sounds more reasonable...im confused...which is correct??
Asked by Anonymous at 1:42 AM on Sep. 29, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
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