According to the law in your state, he will be allowed a learning permit as soon as he turns fifteen but that is still ten months away.
It is a beautiful and warm sunny Sunday afternoon. Your wife and younger son, nine year old Grant, are away shopping and you have settled in your chair for a nice nap.
Something goes wrong and Dayton accidently hits the goal post with the car. The post is unharmed as it is sturdy metal but there is a nice dent in the fender of the car. Dayton manages to get the vehicle in park and turned off.
Dayton comes and wakes you. He is obviously shaken and you ask what is wrong. He says, “Dad, I wrecked the car.” You immediately ask Dayton if he is injured. He assures you he is fine but says the car did not fair as well. You go to the scene and inspect the damage. The dent is bad but not horrible and you have the talent to repair it.
You demand an explanation and Dayton tells you the whole story. You become livid. Dayton says, “But, Dad, you let me drive it all the time. It was just an accident.”
What happens to Dayton?
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