No, but only because I was such an introvert that I hardly went out. When I did, it was always with my friends who were responsible, so my mother trusted us. I suspect I would have had a curfew if C and I had dated back then - he was such a trouble-making pothead at the time.
No my parents didn't care when i was home or if i even came home most nights.
My parents had a strict policy, but I never violated it. When I finally did come home ultra late...like 4 am (after falling asleep at a drive in, no kidding), as a teen, they trusted me enough that even though they stayed up, when I got home they said, "are you okay, we were worried". I said "yes, but...." and they cut me off, and said, "we don't need to know, we trust you, just glad you are home okay...good night"...and left for bed. I stood there STUNNED for half an hour. No kidding.
Before I got a car, it was always either dark or 6 PM (dinner time), whichever came first. After I got a car, it was 10 PM, midnight on Friday and Saturday. Those were the rules. And rules, I figured, were meant to be broken. But I always had an alibi.
Yes, but it really depended. I think it was 8 or 9pm when I was in middle school, but my mother let me stay out until 10 if she knew I was with certain friends and inside. During high school it was 10pm, and then later 11pm. Towards my senior year my mother became a little lenient when she got me a cell phone and I was allowed out until midnight on weekends. Some nights I'd stay out until 3am when I was 17/18 and my mother didn't really care too much so long as I was at home when she got up the next day, and so long as I always had my phone on and let her know where I was.
When I was 17-18 and started going out and spending time at my BF's house, my parents started telling me I should be home by 9:30. I would usually push the limit and come home later. Sometimes my parents tried to enforce it, but then I think they just gave up.