SB 0613 Revises law regarding graduated driver's licensing and requirements of filing high-risk insurance
LR Number:2458S.04I Fiscal Note:2458-04
Last Action:02/29/00 - SCS Voted Do Pass S Transportation Committee Journal page:
Effective Date:August 28, 2000
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Current Bill Summary

SCS/SB 613 - This act eliminates the requirement that a parent, grandparent, or legal guardian sign the application that a 16 year old applicant has completed 20 hours of supervised driving. This act also allows the Director of Revenue to deny a full license to an individual until the individual has demonstrated safe driving performance for a period of 12 months or reaches the age of 21, whichever is longer. The act also prohibits the Department of Revenue from requiring a person to file a SR-22 or other form of high risk insurance for driving without automobile insurance. An insurance company shall not raise a person's automobile insurance rates for failing to maintain liability insurance or for failing to provide proof of such insurance. Provisions similar to these are contained in Truly Agreed To SS/HS/HCS/HB 1797 (2000).