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What restrictions come with my driver’s permit?

The State of Ohio has the following restrictions:

Temporary Instruction Permit Identification Card (Under Age 18)
• You may not drive between 12 midnight and 6 am unless you are accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or legal custodian who has a valid license.

Probationary Driver License (Under Age 17)
• You are prohibited from operating a motor vehicle with more than one passenger who is not a member of your family unless accompanied by your parent, guardian or legal custodian.

• You may not drive between 12 midnight and 6 am unless you are accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or legal custodian who has a valid license.

• If you are convicted of a moving violation during the first six months of having your license, you may be required to be accompanied by your parent or guardian when operating a motor vehicle during the six-month period starting from your conviction date or until you turn 17.

Probationary Driver License (Between 17 and 18 Years Old)
• You are prohibited from operating a motor vehicle between 1 am and 5 am unless accompanied by your parent or guardian unless you are driving:

1. In an emergency situation
2. To or from your place of employment (must have written documentation from your employer)
3. To or from a school activity

In addition to the above, all drivers and passengers must wear a safety belt at all times.

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