in Wyoming aimed at cutting down on carloads of teen-agers and late-night
joyriding while stepping up their training time failed to gain full approval
in the Legislature.
passed the House in early February by a 37 to 22 vote. It never got full
backing in the Senate and was later rejected by a 24 to 16 vote.
required teen drivers to complete a driver's education course or at least
50 hours driving under adult supervision – including at least 10 hours
of night driving.
prohibited teens from being behind the wheel between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.,
unless accompanied by a licensed driver 21 or older, driving to and from
work, school or religious activity or an emergency.
the measure, teens would not be allowed to transport multiple passengers
under 21, unless accompanied by a licensed driver 21 or older.
17, the driving restriction would have been lifted, provided the teen
had no prior violations, which would have delayed full driving privileges