A DMK Production
This is your son Robbie and his best friend Phil. Both boys are fourteen and have been close friends since they met in Kindergarten.
Robbie is spending the night at Phil's house. Phil's father calls you at 2:00am and says you need to come pick up Robbie as the boys are in trouble.
You arrive and find out what happened.
Phil and Robbie sneaked out of the house and "borrowed" the family car. Phil knew where the keys were and he was the one who was driving. Apparently the boys drove around a few neighborhood streets and then returned back to Phil's house. Fortunately there were no incidents, accidents, or attention from the police. Phil's father busted the boys red handed as they pulled back in to the driveway from their adventure. The boys' story was that Phil was proving to Robbie that he knew how to drive.
Neither boy is old enough in your state to hold a permit or license or to be covered on any auto insurance policy.
You take Robbie home. Robbie maintains that he should not be in trouble as he was not the one driving and he further says it wasn't his idea but he went along because how else was Phil going to prove he could drive.
What happens to Robbie?