Farm Driving Permit for Teenagers Signed into Law

OKLAHOMA CITY – Rep. Carl Newton, R-Cherokee, this week thanked the governor for signing into law a bill that will allow teens as young as 14 years old who live or work on a family farm to be eligible for a driving permit to go directly to or from home, work or school.House Bill 1962 becomes effective Nov. 1, which will allow Service Oklahoma time to prepare the new permit.“Those who run family farms work from dawn to dusk to raise food and other crops to provide for families across the nation,” Newton said. “Allowing these responsible teens to be…

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