If you hold a provisional driver license, you may drive unsupervised at 300 a.m. if you are

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  • driving because of a medical emergency.
  • driving to or from work.
  • driving to or from school.

Explanation

Normally, if you hold a provisional driver license, you may not drive unsupervised between midnight and 5:00 a.m. However, there are several exceptions. During these hours, you may drive unsupervised to or from a religious activity, to or from school, to or from work, or because of family necessity or a medical emergency. While you drive, you must have a written statement from the appropriate official as proof. ,

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