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28-3154 - Instruction permit for a class D or G license
28-3154. Instruction permit for a class D or G license
A. A person who is at least fifteen years and six months of age may apply to the department for an instruction permit for a class D or G license. The department may issue an instruction permit to the applicant after the applicant successfully passes all parts of the examination other than the driving test.
B. The instruction permit entitles the permittee to drive a motor vehicle requiring a class D or G license on the public highways for twelve months when both of the following conditions are met:
1. The permittee has the permit in the permittee's immediate possession.
2. The permittee is accompanied by a person who has a class A, B, C or D license, who is at least twenty-one years of age and who occupies a seat beside the permittee.
C. A permittee may not drive a motor vehicle while using a wireless communication device for any reason except during an emergency in which stopping the motor vehicle is impossible or will create an additional emergency or safety hazard. A peace officer may not stop or issue a citation to a person operating a motor vehicle on a highway in this state for a violation of this subsection unless the peace officer has reasonable cause to believe there is another alleged violation of a motor vehicle law of this state.