(a) The commissioner shall collect and monitor information regarding accidents, license suspensions and revocations and convictions of Class G licensees.
(b) On or before February 1, of each year after the first Class G driver's license is issued:
(1) The commissioner shall provide to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance a written report detailing:
(A) The number of Class G driver's licenses issued in the previous calendar year; and
(B) Whether and to what extent holders of Class G driver's licenses were, during the previous calendar year:
(i) Involved in vehicular crashes; or
(ii) The subject of proceedings to suspend or revoke their licenses or were convicted of offenses involving moving violations, the rules of the road, illegal substance use or legal substance abuse.
(2) The Director of the Division of Rehabilitation Services shall provide to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance a written report detailing, for the previous calendar year:
(A) The number of applicants for the approved driver training program;
(B) The number of persons who successfully completed the program;
(C) The number of persons who failed to complete the program and the reason for each failure; and
(D) The status of the approved driver training program's funding and the extent to which persons who applied for the program were able to pay the costs associated with it.