Why are so many kids in high school who haven’t even finished high school driving?

Here’s the reason: They can’t afford it.

The national average for a driver’s license is $35,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

That’s more than $16,000 per year for a 16-year-old.

For an adult, the average price is $47,000.

So many of these students lack the experience necessary to get a driver license, the BLS said in a report released Tuesday.

In many cases, they can’t get a learner’s permit because they don’t have a high school diploma or are from low-income families.

That means that the students, who could drive in a few years, won’t be able to earn enough to pay for the licenses they need to get out of school and get their jobs.

And the reason driving school is so hard for these students is that they’re not getting the education and training they need.

Driving school is an excellent option for kids who want to get into the workforce, but can’t make it because they can afford to pay tuition.

But the reality is, the driving school sector is so small that it’s not profitable, according the report.

And so it’s really a one-size-fits-all industry.

For example, there are a number of companies in the field of driver education that do not make money off of driving school.

So you have to look at each individual company and make sure it’s making a profit from driving school and that it has a proven track record.

So if you’re in the driving schools business and you think that you’re going to be making money from it, you’re wrong, said Mark Sperling, director of education management at the National Association of Independent School Districts.

You’ve got to be looking at each company, and you’ve got a lot of competition out there and you have a lot to work with.

“It’s a business that’s going to continue to be in trouble unless there is a major change,” he said.

There’s a big incentive to push out bad driversSperling pointed to companies like the American Federation of Teachers and the National Council of Teachers of English as the main drivers of driving schools’ success.

Both of those groups, he said, have huge support in the communities they serve.

And the organizations say that they are doing their part to make sure drivers can learn the skills they need in order to succeed.

But what’s really scary is the fact that driving school drivers are not going to get the education they need because they have no one to blame but themselves, Spering said.

Drivers don’t deserve to be pushed out because of their inability to pay.

It’s a real tragedy, he added.