I don’t have my license at 22, but the State of Ohio took it away from me. Because I was found in possesion of marijuana/paraphernalia. While sitting in the back seat of my friend’s car, less than three weeks after I got my license reinstated. And then I was caught driving with a suspended license. Now I live in Colorado, and still don’t have a license.
On another note, when I was 13, my photo was in the Toledo Blade. I placed 16th in a statewide spelling bee.
The sad thing is at 22, I don’t look much different. I’m taller, my face is a little rougher(still don’t have facial hair, though), and my hairline is receding.
Wow, at least your ok. You could argue against the Operating to Endanger (what the hell does that mean? You were driving with intent to injure other people? They call shit like that reckless driving down here…) as juvinile stupidity, I don’t quite grasp what driving outside of the marked lanes means (what, you were driving down the middle of the road?) and I hate those damn JOL violations. That shits nonsense.
Eitherway you look at it, you just lost your license.
edit: A JOL violation is a Junior Operating License Violation. You get a Class C license if you’re under 18 when you get your license. Basically it states that you can’t be driving out past midnight, you can’t have anybody under 21/isn’t a family member in the car with you. They can’t pull you over for it (unless its driving after curfew, in which case they’ll just tell you to go home) but if you get in an accident or something you’ll probably find yourself slapped with one of these. It just makes it easier for them to steal your license.