In order to take your driving exam, the state wants to first see a record of your “practice” driving. They want a parent or aunt or uncle or older sibling … or somebody over 21, with at least a certain number of years of driving experience, beside you for all this practice. The traditional way to prove you have completed your driving hours was to document it with a paper a pencil. This was done on a form from the driver education manual.
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