Wisconsin says, due to lockdown, it will give driver's licenses to teens without making them take a road test
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The nationwide coronavirus lockdown has stopped Americans from doing a lot of things — shopping, hitting the theaters, going to church, working — but in Wisconsin it will not stop teenagers from getting their driver's licenses.

No, the state won't be ramping up extra road tests to take care of a backlog after halting the driving exams in mid-March due to the pandemic. Instead, the state's Department of Transportation has decided to let 16- and 17-year-olds get their licenses without...

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