Getting a license as a teen in Colorado may soon be a little bit harder. In the wake of one of the deadliest years on Colorado roadways, state lawmakers are considering a bill that would require teens to take 30 hours of driver’s education and get six hours of one-on-one experience with a driving instructor before they could obtain a driver’s license. Teens would still be required to hold a permit for 12 months and complete 50 hours of supervised driving before getting a full license. Families would also be eligible for a $1,000 tax credit to pay for any costs associated with driver’s ed.The latest data from the state Department of Transportation shows 745 people died in traffic crashes in Colorado in 2022. That’s the most since 1981.