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You cannot drive alone with a learner's permit in any state. Period.

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you have to be 15 and a half to get your permit in Ohio


18 yr olds are eligible for unrestricted license in Ohio. If permit is issued by different state need to go by granting state laws.


You can drive in any state you would like with an Ohio learners permit as long as you meet the other requirements. You will have to have another driver beside you.


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Yes. Pennsylvania is one of the states which does not recognise an out-of-state learner's permit.


well that is a simple, obvious question.... in Ohio of course. now if you are visiting a different state then im almost positive it will be an exception or if you just moved then they will give you time to get your permit transferred over to whatever state you are living in. but other than that you can drive in Ohio.


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No. Pennsylvania is one of the few states which gives absolutely no recognition to out-of-state learner's permits.


The driving safety classes are needed in the state of Ohio in order to drive. Also you must have a certificatio in order to take the permit test.


Yes, subject to the restrictions both of the state of Ohio and of the state you're driving one. Bear in mind, not all states will allow an out-of-state driver to drive in their state on a learner's permit. Being that you're in Ohio, the most relevant of these states which don't permit it is Pennsylvania. Additionally, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Arizona, Hawaii.. and a couple others I can't think of offhand don't allow it. Out of state learner's permit holders can drive in New York State, but not in the New York City area. Before driving in a state other than your own, you should inquire with that state's State Police/Highway Patrol first.


Yes you can as long as u have an adult with you


Well I know that in Ohio you have to have a certain number of hours driving at night because my son just got his permit. I'm sure it varies state to state.


No, you need a driver license. Learners permit doesn't make you a full licensed driver.


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