U.S. Virgin Islands Driving Age
Virgin Islands Code, Title 20, Part II, Chapter 35, Section 374:
No person under 18 years of age shall be granted a license to operate a motor vehicle, and no owner or other person having the custody of a motor vehicle shall permit his motor vehicle to be operated by any person under 18 years of age, except that -
(1) licenses may be granted to persons 15 or more years of age to operate motor scooters, motorcycles, mopeds or motor bicycles of a weight not to exceed 300 lbs. and powered by a motor not more than 250 cc. capacity;
(2) learners' permits may be granted to persons 16 or more years of age; and
(3) licenses may be granted to persons 16 or more years of age to operate motor vehicles provided that they have successfully completed an approved Driver Education Program.
No license shall be issued under this section to any minor less than 18 years of age, unless sooner emancipated, except upon the written consent to the issuance of such license and the written assumption of financial responsibility for damages resulting from any torts committed by the minor arising from his operations of a motor vehicle, by the parent, guardian or other person responsible for the care, custody or control of such minor.
(Amended June 7, 1960, No. 583, Â§ 4, Sess. L. 1960, p. 83; June 29, 1965, No. 1447, Â§ 1, Sess. L. 1965, Pt. I, p. 334; July 18, 1968, No. 2295, Â§ 2, Sess. L. 1968, Pt. II, p. 246; Sept. 26, 1980, No. 4475, Â§ 2, Sess. L. 1980, p. 151.)