You couldn't drive a class A or B truck with a class C drivers permit.
Yes, If accompanied by an adult or legal Guardian with a Drivers Licence
Your question needs to tell us what "instruction permit" you're talking about...permit for instruction of what?
Yes, you can drive anywhere with an instruction permit. You are not limited to certain areas or certain highways while you have this permit.
No you cannot. You must take the test within your state of residency.
$23.50 for instruction permit
No, you can not drive alone when you have an adult instruction permit in Colorado. You will have to have a parent or other licensed adult in the car with you.
That would be yes. I'm going through the same thing right now with my son. But that's in Oklahoma. * Yes, but the parent must be a legally licensed driver.
parent or legal guardian
No. With a learner's permit you have to be accompanied at all time by a licensed driver.
14 with a permit from a parent/guardian, 16 without a permit
Take your birth certificate along with you and your parent or legal guardian and take the test!
with a parent or guardian
You can drive on the highway in New York with a permit. You have to be accompanied by a licensed driver in order to do so.
If in a accident long as the person with an instruction permit has a licensed driver in the vehicle they're not in any violation of the law. Traffic laws vary by State.
There isn't any laws against getting a car loan with a instruction permit. However the car cannot be driven until the drivers license is shown.
You can take Driver's Ed at 14 and a half (no sooner). You then go on an instructional permit (accompanied by a parent/guardian) for 6 months. Then you can get your driver license, but it has restrictions until you are 16. Don't you wish you lived in Idaho?
Nearly all states in the Midwest allow someone with a Michigan learner's permit to drive there, but there is a restriction. If you have a Level One permit, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver-- preferably a parent or guardian, but often any licensed driver who is at least 21 years old. The licensed driver must be sitting in the front passenger seat.
if its alright with our guardian yes
if i am 28 yrs old with a permit in the state of MN can i drive by myself?
A nonresident who is at least sixteen (16) years of age may drive in Texas with a Learner's Permit from another state provided the person complies with all provisions of the Texas statute. The instruction permit is a driving permit that will enable a beginning driver to drive with someone in the front seat that is 18 years of age or older and holds a valid license.
only if this person is asign by the law as your tutor
If they are the legal guardian, yes.
A parent or guardian only.
You have to hold a learner's permit for 6 months before you can get an intermediate license in Washington.
You have to be 15½ and have a parent/guardian with you when driving, testing, practicing.