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What is restriction AB on Texas driver's license?
Last Updated: 13th January, 2020
|A||With corrective lenses|
|B||A licensed driver 21 years of age or older must be in the front seat|
|C||Daytime driving only|
|D||Speed not to exceed 45 mph|
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Also asked, what is AB restriction?
LOFS = Licensed Operator in Front Seat. From the Texas Driver's handbook, restriction B states "LOFS age 21 and over". That is, a licensed operator must be in the front seat with you and be 21 or over.
Also, why do I have a restriction B on my license? B A Corrective Lenses This restriction is placed on the driver's license of a person who meets the minimum levels of acceptable vision set forth in NAC 483.341 only with the aid of corrective lenses. This restriction can also be placed on a non- commercial class A or B license.
Similarly, it is asked, does a restriction B on a Texas driver's license mean anything if you are over 21?
Yes it does; if you have a driver license that has a B restriction, you have to drive with another licensed driver over 21 in the front passenger seat.
How do I remove a restriction B on my Texas drivers license?
The B restriction in Texas is a provisional “learners” permit. It requires a fully licensed driver to be in the front passenger seat. This restriction usually means you have only taken the written test portion of the exam and will be removed when you successfully pass the driving portion of the exam.