The Alabama law makers passed the law that links the behavior in school to the drivers licensing procedure for teen license applicants. From now on, teens who are doing bad in school may be refused their Alabama drivers license.
The Alabama Taylor’s law targets teen drivers who received or are about to receive an Alabama drivers license or learners permit. The law uses a point system to grade student’s school performance and if the student does not earn enough points, they may not be issued with the drivers license. Students who already hold a license and whose performance falls beneath the accepted level will have their license revoked.
The law should become part of the Alabama GDL and work together with the drivers education classes to ensure the safety on the state roads.