Getting your driver's license at 16 used to be a right of passage. But many teens are now waiting to get behind the wheel.
According to a AAA report, 44 percent of teens get their license within a year of their 16th birthday. And only 54 percent have a license by the time they're 18.
Don Lindsey with AAA and Tom Marsh with the Drive for Life Academy joined us in the 10News studio with more on the study, and the reasons why teens are waiting to drive.