It is unlawful for the holder of a limited learner's permit, a temporary permit or
a limited provisional license to drive a motor vehicle in violation of the restrictions
that apply to that permit or license. Failure to comply with a restriction concerning time of driving or the presence
of a supervising driver in the vehicle constitutes operating a motor vehicle without
a license. Failure to comply with any other restriction, including seating and passenger limitations,
is an infraction punishable by a monetary fine of eighty-five dollars ($85.00) for
the first offense, ninety-five dollars ($95.00) for the second offense, and one hundred
dollars ($100.00) for a third or any subsequent offenses.
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