Future Michigan drivers may be given an easy-out on their driver's license test, all thanks to a new bill which would eliminate the need to demonstrate parallel parking competency.

Sarah Lightner, a Republican senator from the state introduced the bill last Thursday, referring it to Michigan's Committee on Transportation after calling parallel parking "an outdated practice." She stated that the bill was being introduced after her constituents complained that they were failing their license test before even reaching the public road. Lightner says that failing the test over a moot issue makes the process "a money game".

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Michigan Floats Bill To Abolish Parallel Parking Test For New Drivers Because It Is Too Difficult

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