and its too far of a walk for where i have to work. It is not right to rely on people to drive me everywhere.
both valid points.
consider the obverse, there are a ton of crappy 20-30 yr old* drivers that shouldn't have a license, ever.
the biggest point is somewhere, someone feels responsible for you.
i have 6 kids, i know how "they" feel.
i was serious about the graduated licensing, eases you into responsible driving. experience comes from bad judgement, plain and simple.
or plan a trip to Ohio, grab a license there, drive on that for 2 years.
and i'm sorry, yes, someone is going to try and stop you.
*and older, i'm sure