Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have added new restrictions on California drivers under age 21.
The bill passed by the Legislature this week would require those drivers to have a provisional license starting in 2020, compared to age 18 in current law.
Provisional driver's licenses restrict these drivers from driving between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. for the first year of being licensed, and prohibits them from driving with anyone under age 20 in the car.
Exceptions are made for school and work.
In his veto letter on Saturday, Brown said adults should not be subject to the same driving restrictions currently applied to minors and that the law would create a burden on this group of drivers.