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What are the restrictions a 17-year-old licensed driver has in New Jersey?

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2020-07-04 04:17:42
2020-07-04 04:17:42

Off the road by 11 pm except in the summer. In the summer they have to be off the road by 1 AM.

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2013-08-26 12:56:31
2013-08-26 12:56:31

that is incorrect. According to NJMVC website. A 17 year old can not drive between the hours of 11:01 PM and 5:00 AM. And Parents guardians or dependants, not siblings, are allowed as paasengers and can only have 1 passenger unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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You can't drive between 12am-5am. You can have one family member and one friend in the car. No more then two people are allowed to be with you.

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