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The legal driving age in Mississippi is '''15''' on a learners permit, '''16''' on a restricted license, and '''16 and 6 months''' on a unrestricted license. Anyone with a learners permit can drive between the hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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The legal driving age in Mississippi is '''15''' on a learners permit, '''16''' on a restricted license, and '''16 and 6 months'''. Anyone with a learners permit can drive between the hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  
 
Mississippi has four major interstate highways.  I-55 runs North-South from New Orleans, McComb, to Memphis and runs through the state capitol of Jackson.  I-20 runs East-West from Vicksburg to Meridian and crosses I-55 in Jackson.  I-59 cuts across the southeast corner of the state connecting New Orleans to I-20 just west of Meridian.  I-59 and I-20 merge into one interstate at that point and head east until they split in Birmingham, AL.  I-10 runs the length of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  There are several interstate spurs and loops in Mississippi, the two of note are I-220 connecting I-20 to I-55 around the northwest perimeter of Jackson and I-110 connecting I-10 to US-90 (aka Beach Blvd) in Biloxi.
 
Mississippi has four major interstate highways.  I-55 runs North-South from New Orleans, McComb, to Memphis and runs through the state capitol of Jackson.  I-20 runs East-West from Vicksburg to Meridian and crosses I-55 in Jackson.  I-59 cuts across the southeast corner of the state connecting New Orleans to I-20 just west of Meridian.  I-59 and I-20 merge into one interstate at that point and head east until they split in Birmingham, AL.  I-10 runs the length of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  There are several interstate spurs and loops in Mississippi, the two of note are I-220 connecting I-20 to I-55 around the northwest perimeter of Jackson and I-110 connecting I-10 to US-90 (aka Beach Blvd) in Biloxi.

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