Yes, provided the state they're driving in recognises out-of-state permits (not all states do).
Yes, someone with a Rhode Island learners permit can drive in other states. However, the person with the permit must be driving with an adult rider in the car.
no. your not allowed to drive in any state but your own.
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.
Some states will recognise another state's learner's permit, but not all of them do.
It depends on what state you are in. Some states only allow someone to drive with a learners permit if the person in the passenger seat is 21. Others allow someone that is 18 to be in the passenger seat.
No, but you have to have someone in the car with you. if not, then yes.
Yes, You can drive in any state with a NY permit. But you can't drive in NY with any other states permit.
No. Pennsylvania is one of the states which does not permit operation of a motor vehicle on an out-of-state learner's permit.
No, not really. In most states (or all to my knowledge), drivers who only have learners permit can only drive when an adult, age 21 or older, is in the passenger seat of the vehicle.