Princess isn't an Aspie. My ASDer was too high strung and sensory sensitive to even want to drive, thank goodness...lol. I do think that driver's license gives people who are prone to get into trouble even an easier way to get into trouble. My daughter got clean during a time she had no car, not when she had access to one. In fact, things accelerated once she got her license. It's not like they go where they tell us they are going. We didn't exactly give Princess permission to take a road trip six hours away. We gave her permission to pick up her friend who lived ten minutes away and to bring her back home and to have a sleepover here. By the time she called from Minnesota, I was frantic and in tears. There were no cell phones at the time and we couldn't try to contact her and she and her posse had to find a phone before calling us. Not that she would have answered her cell phone while going on her road trip.