"Dangerous driver" Nick Hogan loses his license

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Earlier this month, Hulk Hogan's 17-year-old son Nick was charged with third-degree felony reckless driving involving serious bodily harm, as well as use of a motor vehicle in commission of a felony, being under the age of 21, operating a vehicle with a breath-alcohol level of 0.02 percent or higher and illegal window tint. The charges stemmed from the August car crash that left his passenger, John Graziano, critically injured. Hogan hasn't been convicted on any of those counts yet, but a judge has deemed him too dangerous to be behind the wheel and has suspended his driving license as of December 10.

Hogan's driving privileges were already restricted to business-purposes only as a consequence of a prior speeding violation in which he was driving 82 miles per hour in a construction zone. For the August incident, he has been ordered to pay an fine for driving 106 miles per hour at the time of the crash. If he fails to pay the undisclosed amount, his license will be suspended permanently.

It sounds to me like the judge made a good decision but I can't help but wonder why his parents didn't take his keys away a long time ago.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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