No, you cannot.is one of the states (along with , Washington D.C., Hawaii, , Arizona... and there may be others) which DOES NOT allow out-of-state drivers to drive in their state on a learner's permit.
It is not legal to drive in South Carolina with New York learners permit. You have to say in New York with that. Learners have to stay in New York cause its a New York state learners permit.
yes, he/she can but they have to have there beginners permit with them.
Yes, just so you have a adult with a driver's license in the car with you.
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.
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.
NO. Under South Carolina DMV guidelines, you must wait until your 15th birthday before you can apply for a Learners Permit.
in South Carolina you do not require a permit
yes, because my cousin lives there and when i went to visit him, he ditched me for school on his rusty car.
No, No. Along with D.C., Pennsylvania, Hawaii, Arizona, and South Carolina, New Hampshire does not permit operation of a vehicle within their state on an out-of-state learner's permit.
Yes, North Carolina is South of Virginia.
Yes. Massachusetts recognizes out of state permits but be aware that there are restrictions regarding who is with permit holder while driving as well as driving time restrictions.
Arizona, New Hampshire, Washington D.C., South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Hawaii.
Moving from West Virginia to South Carolina you are traveling south. There are about 421 miles between South Carolina and West Virginia.
Virginia. Florida south of Georgia, North Carolina south of Virginia.
You must be 17 to get a learner's licence.
The state south of Virginia is North Carolina.
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.
North Carolina was the colony that shared Virginia's southern border. But South Carolina and Georgia were also south of Virginia.
North Carolina ,south Carolina, and Georgia
North Carolina is a separate state abutting Virginia on the south
No. South Carolina is one of the few states which does not allow an out-of-state driver to operate a vehicle in their state on a learner's permit.
North Carolina is the State immediately south of Virginia.