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What is a provisional driver’s license in California? Provisional instruction permit Provisional driver’s license Full driver’s license Complete approved driver education and driver training programs Log at least 50 hours of driving practice time with a licensed parent, guardian, or qualified driving instructor—with at least 10 hours being night driving Pass a final driving test What are the age requirements for a California provisional driver’s license? How long is a provisional license in California? What are the rules for driving with a provisional license in California? What are the restrictions for a provisional license? No driving between 11 pm and 5 am No transporting passengers under 20 years old unless accompanied by a licensed parent/guardian, licensed California driver age 25 or older, or a certified California driving instructor Are there any exemptions to California provisional license restrictions? Medical necessity: Must be signed by a physician with diagnosis and estimated recovery time School or school-related activities: Must be signed by a school authority (principal, dean, etc.) noting the reason for the activity and estimated end date Employment necessity: Must be signed by your employer and confirm your employment status, along with the anticipated duration of your employment Immediate family member necessity: Must be signed by a parent or guardian, stating the reason for the necessity and its end date Emancipated minors: No documentation necessary, but must have completed the Transmittal Form (DL 11) to declare emancipation and must have a California Insurance Proof Certificate (SR 22/SR 1P) in place of parent/guardian signatures How do I change my California provisional license to a full license? “I’m young and just got my first car, so choosing an insurance company for the first time was scary. My friend recommended this app to me and Jerry made everything simple! I put in my info and got something more affordable than what I expected for my age!” —Leslie T.