Graduated Drivers LicensesGraduated Drivers Licenses (GDL) is state-based program to reduce teen disabilities and deaths due to vehicle crashes. Teen drivers go through three stages to earn a full license including a supervised learner’s period; an intermediate license (after the driver has passed the drivers’ test) that requires supervision when driving in high risk situations, and a full license (www.iihs.org). There are various versions of GDL that have been adopted by state governments in most U.S. states.
Graduated Drivers Licenses
See Website: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety