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How old do you have to be to have a Motor Driven Cycle license in Tennessee?

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http://www.tennessee.gov/safety/driverlicense/dltypes.htm Courtesy of http://www.dmv.org/tn-tennessee/motorcycle-license.php : "Motor-driven Cycle (Class M Limited) The license is valid for four years. You must: Be at least age 14 Operate only two or three-wheeled vehicles with no more than 125 cc cylinders Operate only between 4 a.m. and 8 p.m. (if between the ages of 14 and 16) Operate only within seven miles of your home (if between the ages of 14 and 16) Comply with the restrictions set forth by the Examiner (if 16 or older)"

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