A drivers license issued to young people (usually 15 to 17-year-olds) that withholds some of the driving privileges granted to adults; for example, a provisional license may require a curfew, seat-belt use, parental supervision; and .00% BAC. Each year, some of the restrictions are removed if the youth does not violate the provisions.
a license used for a temporary period of time and is substantiated by need
an entry year license, valid for two years, which is issued to an individual new to the profession, who holds a degree required by the license, who has completed an approved program of preparation and has passed the Praxis II
See â€œPreliminary License
A provisional license typically withholds certain license privileges. In a DUI context, a provisional license might be granted to someone to drive to and from work only.
(child care): A non-renewable license issued by the department for a period of not more than one year to an applicant who has submitted an application for the licensure of a facility not previously licensed. A provisional license may be issued if the department finds that the applicants facility, staff, program, or other matter is not in full compliance with these regulations, but is likely to achieve full compliance within a pre-determined time period set by the Child Care Division, not to exceed one year.