Tougher Teen Driving Laws in Maine are Possible if Bill Passes – Your Thoughts
Teen drivers in Maine might have stricter laws to contend with if a bill called 'Taylor’s Law' passes through the legislature.
The bill is inspired by Taylor Darveaua, a 15 year old passenger that died in a crash in 2013 in Bucksport. The driver was a 16 year old with just an intermediate license.
If the bill passes, drivers with just a permit would only be able to drive with someone 25 years of age or older who has been licensed for three or more years.
Drivers who are under 18, couldn’t drive passed 10 pm and drivers would be required to have their permit for a year before getting their license.
Do you agree with the proposal or do you think it is too strict?
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