A Jack R/L Production
Last year, you had some trouble with one of your sons and his friends (see: Hitting the Bag? Road? Me? for details).
Today, you had something similar happen.
John is 18. He had to repeat a grade, so he's about to start his senior year in high school. When he neared 18, you and he sat down and talked things over, and he decided to continue living with you under the same rules your other boys do. Technically, he's still subject to CP (normally a few paddle swats on boxers or bare), though you normally give him a choice between that and some type of restriction. After some initial trouble when he first moved in, John has really been a good kid, a big help, and very little trouble.
One of his best friends is Perry. Perry is also about to start his senior year, but he's only 16 years old. He'd been home schooled for several years in his early education, and he is a smart kid. He's also big for his age (already bigger than John). You've known Perry for years, you have permission to use CP with him and his little brothers, and you have used it. Perry is currently staying with you, because of health problems with his family.
Perry is having some family problems, and he's having trouble dealing with that. There have been several times that he and John go out just to drive and get away, or to go get a drink or something. You assume at least part of that is for them to have privacy to talk. However, you happen to be outside when they pull up today, and you realize that Perry is driving.
While John is over 18, Perry hasn't had driver's ed yet, and doesn't even have a learner's permit, which means he's not allowed to drive at all.
They both know this wasn't allowed, though you hadn't particularly forbidden it in this case. Do you keep your trend of not switching for driving? Is this a CP offense, a restriction offense, or maybe a mix of both?