Driving Laws Every Young Driver Must Know

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In Tennessee, an 18 year old is considered to be driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) if the blood alcohol content (BAC) is:

  • .02 or more
  • .08 or more
  • .10 or more
  • .20 or more
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In Tennessee, a 21 year old is considered to be DUI f the BAC is:

  • .02 or more
  • .08 or more
  • .10 or more
  • .20 or more
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If you are stopped while driving without a license, or your license is suspended,

  • You will be asked to show your license at the police department as soon as possible, or you’ll have to take a test if your license is suspended.
  • You can go to jail.
  • You won’t have to prove you have insurance.
  • You will probably get a warning, but you must swear not to drive until you have your license.
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Someone under 21 and driving under the influence in Tennessee …

  • Will lose their driver license for a year.
  • Might lose their driver license for a year.
  • Will lose their license for at least 7 days.
  • Will lose their license, but only until their 21st birthday.
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People can legally text and drive …

  • If they are over 21
  • If they are over 18
  • Never
  • If they are stopped at an intersection
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Under the “primary law” concept,

  • Police can only give you a ticket for the law the stopped you for and they can’t bring other violations into it.
  • Police can stop you for violating a law, but they can also cite or arrest you for other things they discover during the stop.
  • Speeding is not considered a primary law.
  • If police stop you, they must decide the primary thing to write the ticket for.
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