So long as you are at least 16 years of age, and in compliance with restrictions imposed by the state issuing your permit, yes.
You can apply for a learners licence and then get your final licence later.
If you're still a Connecticut resident, yes. If you've moved to North Carolina, and intend to get a North Carolina license, you'll have to get a North Carolina learner's permit.
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Yes, North Carolina will recognise an out of state learner's permit. The operator will be subject to both the restrictions of the state which issued their permit, as well as the restrictions which North Carolina places on drivers operating on a learner's permit. South Carolina, however, is one of the states which does NOT recognise an out-of-state learner's permit.
Yes, just so you have a adult with a driver's license in the car with you.
no not unless you want a ticket
Yes. When you're driving out-of-state on a learner's permit, you're subject to the laws both of the state you're driving in and the state which issued your permit. Now South Carolina, on the other hand, does not honor out-of-state learner's permits.
You can get a permit at 15, but you have to complete a certified drivers ed program in order to get a certificate of eligibility.
I know for sure North Carolina is one. And Florida aswell .
North Carolina recognizes the Virginia Permit to Carry a Concealed Handgun. Make sure you know and follow the laws of North Carolina, though, so check with the state beforehand.
No you cannot travel outside of NC with a learners permit. Not even with a 5 year licensed driver.
No. If you've relocated to Michigan, you need to get a Michigan permit first. If you're going to remain a North Carolina resident, then you'll have to wait until you return to NC.
Yes you can. Just as I can use my Michigan Driver's License when driving in Florida.
Any new prospective driver, regardless of age, is going to require a learners permit and gain driving experience with a licensed driver before they are eligible for their "solo" drivers license.
Yes, North Carolina is South of Virginia.
Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina border Virginia. North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, Maryland, and Tennessee. North Carolina borders Virginia to its south. The bordering states of Virginia are Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia.
North Carolina is a separate state abutting Virginia on the south
Virginia. Florida south of Georgia, North Carolina south of Virginia.
The answer is North Dakota. North Carolina is bordered by Virginia to the north. South Dakota is bordered by North Dakota to the north.
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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.