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Is there a new law that says you will have to be 18 years old to drive in California?


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2005-10-09 19:57:34
2005-10-09 19:57:34

No, but you parents have the right to cancel your provisional license until you reach the age of 18. For more information, you can visit the California DMV web site:


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