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All states have a Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) law in place. If you are under 18 years, it will define when you can start practicing driving and how quickly you can earn your full, unrestricted driver's license.
GDL laws are designed to gradually provide young drivers with driving experience and skills. There are typically three steps or phases you must pass.
You begin by applying for a learner's permit and practice driving with an experienced driver. You then progress to a restricted driver license (usually known as probationary or provisional license). During these two phases there a several restrictions in place, like a nighttime curfew, passenger restriction, and cellphone prohibition. Restrictions are lifted over time and you will eventually earn your full driver's license.
Remember that rules are slightly different in each state.
Your best defense against crashing with a deer, is to control your speed, stay alert, watch for deer crossing signs, and avoid distractions. Learn when you are most likely to encounter deer on the road and what to do if a crash with a deer becomes inevitable.
A head-on collision means that two vehicles crash into each other, front-ends first. Head-on collisions are not very common, but often result in fatalities and/or serious injuries. Learn what to do if a vehicle drifts into your lane or a vehicle enters the highway the wrong way.