GDL

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AcronymDefinition
GDLGraduated Driver (s) License
GDLGlendale (Amtrak station code; Glendale, CA)
GDLGraduated Driver Licensing
GDLGas Diffusion Layer
GDLGraduate Diploma in Law (UK)
GDLGraus de Liberdade (Portuguese: Degree of Freedom; statistics)
GDLGoyim Defense League
GDLGnome Development Library
GDLGoogle Desktop for Linux
GDLGeneric Description Language
GDLGnu Data Language
GDLGraph Description Language
GDLGruppo di Lavoro (Italian)
GDLGauntlet Dark Legacy (video game)
GDLGesellschaft Deutscher Lebensmitteltechnologen (German: Society of German Food Technologists)
GDLGeometric Description Language (File format for ArchiCad from Graphisoft)
GDLGeometric Description Language
GDLGeorgia Department of Labor
GDLGouvernement du Luxembourg (French: Government of Luxembourg)
GDLGrand Duchy of Lithuania
GDLglucono delta-lactone (food additive)
GDLGewerkschaft Deutscher Lokführer (German engine drivers labor union)
GDLGNU Data Language (computer language)
GDLGame Design London (event; London, UK)
GDLGareth David Lloyd (actor; UK)
GDLGradi di Libertà (Italian: Degrees of Freedom; mathematics)
GDLGesellschaft Deutschsprachiger Lymphologen
GDLGas Dynamic Laser
GDLGrand Duchy Of Luxembourg
GDLGenesee District Library (Michigan)
GDLGroup Digital Library
GDLGarage Door Lubricant
GDLGlobal Development Links (London, UK)
GDLGeneralized Distributive Law
GDLGas Discharge Lamp (auto)
GDLGlow Discharge Lamp
GDLGreenstone Digital Library
GDLGeneral-Purpose Declarative Language (web development environment)
GDLGoal-Driven Learning
GDLGlobal Data Link (WorldCom)
GDLGroupe des Laboratoires (French: Group of Laboratories)
GDLGlobal Distribution List (Microsoft Outlook)
GDLGrendonstar Ltd (UK)
GDLGuadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico - Miguel Hidalgo International (Airport Code)
GDLGrounded Di-Electric Layer
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Young and novice drivers are involved in a disproportionate number of road crashes and the introduction of a comprehensive Graduated Driver Licensing system is critical to reverse this trend.
In recognition of this increased risk, 49 states and the District of Columbia include a night driving restriction (NDR) in their Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) system.
The metrics include safety conditions (including the number and percentage of licensed teens in each state, vehicle miles traveled, teen driver fatalities, road quality), economic environment (including cost of speeding and other driving tickets, average cost of car repairs, premium increases due to a teen driver on the policy) and driving laws (including impaired-driving laws, graduated driver licensing program laws, occupant protection laws, distracted driving laws).
Shope said, adding that with motor vehicle crashes topping the list of causes of death among teens, effective prevention measures above and beyond graduated driver licensing are needed.
Horn is making what he calls a revolutionary recommendation for several states - including Massachusetts - that will take graduated driver licensing laws even further.
Graduated driver licensing for reducing motor vehicle crashes among young drivers (http://onlinelibrary.
Research has shown that factors that help to keep teens safe include parental involvement, minimum legal drinking age and zero tolerance laws, and graduated driver licensing systems.
5) There have recently been calls in South Africa to introduce stricter licensing conditions for younger drivers in the form of graduated driver licensing (GDL), (8,9) which is a three-phase licensing system for novice drivers consisting of a learner's permit, a provisional license, and a full license.
Although it would be a break with the traditional British system, graduated driver licensing schemes are already used in parts of Canada, Australia and the US.
Knowing this, we can develop programs that work in tandem with current Graduated Driver Licensing laws that limit the number of passengers for teens during their first year of driving.
In March 2011, the Scottish government released results from a national debate on young driver safety, which found support from the majority of drivers for graduated driver licensing in Scotland.