A couple weeks ago, I got my license, and it will be a junior license until I turn 18; however, if I take drivers Ed I can get it sooner (Not sure exactly how much sooner). The other day a buddy and I where talking about one of the restrictions of a junior license, but I don't remember which one. Well, I had to look it up because neither of us knew what it was.
In the list of restrictions, it said that I can not drive a vehicle over 10,000 pounds, and I can not tow anything with a gross weight of 3,000 pounds. Because of this, I can not drive the F450, and I can not pull my car trailer, which is over 3,000 pounds by itself. Basically, this will put a hinder on my tractor show plans for another year!
The big reason I want it, is because in my welding class we build a solar powered car every year (or supposed to anyway) and then that summer it goes to Texas to be raced. If one is built next year, there is a very, very good chance that I will be going to Texas for the race. The problem is that to go, I need a senior license, which I will not have in time without driver's ed.
I think I am going to take the class next fall, or sooner if there is one.