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No one with a learner's permit can drive alone. Age has nothing to do with it.

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No, age doesn't matter when you have a learners permit. Only a licensed driver can drive alone.


No, there must be a licensed driver with the permit driver.


unless their is a new law- the answer is NO


Yes, in some states such as, CA & PA, an 18 year with a learners permit is permitted to drive without anyone else in their vehicle unless the passenger(s) are 18 years old or older.


In the United States, most if not all states allow 16-year-olds to get their drivers licenses. As long as you have your drivers licenses (not a learners permit) you can drive alone.


As long as you have a valid drivers license and not a learners permit yes.


No, regardless of your emancipated age, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver.


Part of the learners permit test covers that information. If you haven't bothered to read the book, perhaps you shouldn't be driving EVEN WITH ADULT SUPERVISION! No, most states are raising the driving age and driving laws for learners are more restrictive than before. In general, you can't drive a car alone on a learners permit. You MAY be able to drive a motorcycle alone, but you'll need to check your state laws to find out the restrictions. When in doubt, check the local laws since they vary from state to state.


If you have only a learner's permit, then you are not permitted to drive unsupervised.



You can't drive alone with a learner's permit, anywhere in the US, at any age. Period.


A permit is not required but you need a license to be able to drive.


No you are not able to drive to work with a permit even if you are 18


You can't drive alone on a permit at any age, regardless of where you're going to or coming from. Period.


No, you can't drive by yourself until you get your license, no matter how old you are.


I'm unsure of which state you are referring, but in PA a learners permit driver can only drive with individuals 21 years of age or older. The following link explains PA's permit restrictions in detail.http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/pdotforms/fact_sheets/pub195us.pdf


No. You must pass the road test to get your lisence and then you can drive alone.


no. You have to have ether your learners permit, or you have to have a licence. 11 year olds can drive a dune buggy though. Sorry if i let you down.


Yes as long as the 18 year old is a legally licensed driver


A Texas learners permit will last approximately one year. If the person is unable to obtain a drivers license, they will need to reapply for a new learners permit.


Allstate will not charge you for a driver with a learners permit for the first year.


Last I heard, if you are eighteen there is specific test you take that leads to your license, not a learners permit.


Yes, IF they have a driver's license and not just a permit.


If you relocate to a different state you will have to get a new learners permit. However, if you relocate within the same state you do not need a new learners permit.


You have to hold a Learners Permit for at least a year or wait till you are 18.



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