Supervising driver must meet the following minimum requirements

Correct answer

  • have a valid regular (not probationary or occupational) driver's license and two years of driving experience
  • be seated next to the learning driver
  • be a parent, instructor, or approved adult over 21

Explanation

If you are an instruction permit holder, you may drive only when you are accompanied by a person with two years driving experience who holds a valid regular (not probationary or occupational) license and who sits in the front passenger seat and is one of the following: a qualified instructor 19 or older; a parent, guardian or spouse 19 or older; or a person 21 or older. (If you are under 18, this person must be designated in writing by your parent or guardian prior to accompanying you while driving a vehicle.)

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