Laws are interpreted differently by enforcement officers, prosecuting attorneys, and judges.
AKTI suggests that you consult legal counsel for guidance.
New Hampshire is one of many states that implement a graduated driver licensing (GDL) program, which gives teens greater levels of driving privileges and responsibilities as they reach different ages.
In New Hampshire, the levels of the GDL program are slightly fewer than those in other states, as New Hampshire does not require teens to obtain a learner's permit before getting an intermediate driver's license.
You must meet the following requirements: If you've satisfied all of the above, you may apply to transfer your out-of-state driver's license for a NH Youth Operator License.
Follow the steps listed below to apply for your NH license.
I myself, spent summers on Winni, during the 70's, and starting boating (on my own) when I was around 12. I don't want to a sermon or fine from the Marine Patrol, should I get stopped. I believe you will find minimum age for operating a boat under supervision is 12 yrs old.
Back then, there was no such thing as being licensed. A boater Safety Certificate can not be issued until after their 16th birthday though they can take the Safety Course when they are 15 and if they pass it will be issued after their 16 birthday. Here is the exact reading of the Law: # A vessel powered by more than 25 horsepower (other than a ski craft) may be operated by: * A person under 16 years of age only if he or she is accompanied by a person 18 years old or older who has a valid Safe Boater Education Certificate.
In some places, civil and criminal laws within the same state conflict with each other.
This page will give you the steps to follow and forms to bring, so that the process is a little easier to navigate.
If you're over 18 years old and you're looking to get your first New Hampshire driver's license, please visit our page on applying for an adult driver's license.
While the general age of consent is now set between 16 and 18 in all U. states, the age of consent has widely varied across the country in the past.
In 1880, the age of consent was set at 10 or 12 in most states, with the exception of Delaware where it was 7.