Teenage Drivers’ Three Strikes You’re Out Laws

Washington State grants teenage drivers a probationary license to drive if they are under the age of eighteen years. Known as the “three strikes you’re out” system for repeat offenders, the following is a summary of the restrictions placed on a teenager’s right to drive as infractions accumulate on his/her driving record:

  • Strike One: Passenger and nighttime restrictions for one year;
  • Strike Two: License suspended for 6 months (or until you reach age 18);
  • Strike Three: License suspended until age 18
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