I don't know for sure about California, but in my state and all states I know of, you are required to have a licensed driver with you when you only have a learners permit and cannot drive alone. Take a look at the permit, driver's manual, or call your local DMV.
yes you can
It would be fun but.... no dont do it
Yes you can but you need a learners permit and an adult to drive beside you
When I got my permit I took a drivers Ed class that was provided at my school. Then when I was through with that I went to the DMV and took the computerized test. When I finally passed that my 2nd time they gave me my learners Permit.
yes most people do and you also get a learners permit that allows you to drive with someone who has a licence and then you go take the driving test but to get a learners permit you just need to take a test like you take in school
No, at least not in NC
not till you git your drivers license you cant do it with your permit.
It depends on the state you're in. For instance, in California, you must have a learners permit and or drivers license to drive in or on any roadway or parking lot which is "accessible" by the public. This includes parking lots which may otherwise "seem" private, such as a church parking lot or a school parking lot.
Fortunately, yes. They must have at least a Class D license; a Class CP is only a permit. If the 16 year old is caught, he may be prohibited from driving for up to ten years and fined, along with the parent of the person. In California, it is legal to drive to school at 16 with a permit if Mom or Dad (or and California-licensed driver over 25) is sitting next to you. Driving alone to school is NOT permitted on a permit.
yes, because my cousin lives there and when i went to visit him, he ditched me for school on his rusty car.
You must have had your learners permit for 6 months and you must have taken a drivers ed class and passed.
Absolutley not. You must have a licensed driver 25 years or older with you at all times when your driving, until you get your license.