NEVER. Not only is the teen required to have insurance, but if he or she were to cause an accident then you (the parent) are responsible for the financial implications of an accident - bodily injury and/or property damage of the other party (and, no, your personal liability or umbrella policy will not pay those expenses for you).
Yes but when you get your operator`s license you would be charged with insurance and you can not drive without insurance
No, she is legally required to have a permit to drive on any public road.
Usually not. You must have a permit to drive for your driver test.
no it he/she cant no it he/she cant
Yes, if you have a drivers learners/ permit you do not need to be on insurance in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, And North Carolina. But, you need to be driving with a 21+ year old in the passenger seat.
no, if you're 17 you can get your license without having your permit. but if you don't have your license.... no driving by yourself!
NO The driver must have a permit or a license to drive since he is the one operating a motor vehicle.
Yes, an 18 year old with a learner's permit may drive starting at 5am to 11pm
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.
No one with a learner's permit can drive alone. Age has nothing to do with it.