As of last March, there have been a few new driving restrictions for Level 2 license holders. The first is that a teen driver may not have more than one passenger under age 21 in the car who is not an immediate family member or unless the driver is traveling to/from school. The second restriction is that teen drivers may not drive between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless driving to/from work or with a parent/licensed adult over 21 years old.
When Can Teens Legally Drive In Michigan?
- Level 1: Supervised Learner’s License
- Level 2: Intermediate License (Limits unsupervised nighttime driving / passenger numbers)
- Level 3: Full Privilege License
How Does Adding A Teen Driver Affect Michigan Auto Insurance Rates?
5 Ways To Lower Your Auto Insurance Rate
- Driver education course
- Higher deductible
- Good student discount
- Low mileage discount
- Shop for free online auto insurance quotes.