storysunfolding wrote:Tiered licensing is ideal.
Has worked well in Germany for decades.
My dad has a friend that works for Audi as a test engineer. He and his wife travel regularly between the US and Germany, and she doesn't have a license there, because it's "too much hassle" to get one. But she easily got a license here in the states, and can't even tell you what she's driving when her husband is the engineer working on it!
I think tiered licensing is a very good thing, only thing is that like they already have farm exceptions for farm kids to start driving at 14, they've already been driving larger vehicles than most of us ever will by that age, so we should keep that full IMO.