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Parental Support for Ohio Teen Driving Bill

CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Ohio parents appear to back calls for changes to the graduated license program for teen drivers.

A new Triple A survey asked about tougher restrictions on driving after dark and restricting passengers in the car.  A current bill in the Ohio House wants to keep 16 and 17 year olds from driving after ten unless they are on the road for school or work.

In the first year after earning a license the bill would only allow that driver one passenger at a time and that passenger would have to be at least 21.

The survey found 90-percent of parents support the ten o'clock cut off.

81-percent backed the one, 21 year old passenger plan.

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