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No. A permit driver is required to be supervised at all times while driving.

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No. You need a licensed driver with you while you drive.

Yes you are allowed to drive to school and back with a permit. You may also drive to work and back and the same for church. As long as you drive safely and stay out of trouble while driving to school or work or church and don't do otherwise.

You must be supervised by a fully licenced driver while driving on a learner's permit, period. It does not matter if you are 15 or 18 - you cannot drive alone.

It is important to follow the rule and regulations while driving. If a person is cause driving on their own, while only having a permit, they can lose their right to drive for a while, and have to pay a fine.

No, you may not drive to the driving school without a licensed driver at any time! This is considered illegal, not to mention risky concerning insurance laws! A driver with a learner's permit must always have a licensed driver in the vehicle. You're still learning to drive, which is why it's called a learner's permit and not a license.

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, a learners permit is for you to use while you are LEARNING how to drive. I beieve in most states now the other adult in the car must be licensed and be 21 or older.

No. If you read your learner's permit, it tells you the restrictions that you must follow while driving. One of those restrictions is that you must be accompanied by a licensed driver at least 21 years old.

Your CDL permit is in addition to the class of licence you had beforehand. So long as you were licenced to drive a car before you got your CDL permit, you can drive your own car while you possess a CDL permit.

A study permit alone is not enough to be able to gain work with in Canada. You would have to apply for a student work permit. -- Yes you can. Find information about working at the school where you study. Or Find information about working off campus while you study in Canada.

There is no way! The only way to drive alone is on a provisional license which requires 6 months on a permit, 3 drivers training classes, and the Drivers ED. Actually yes you can. If you go to the dmv's site, there will be an exceptions section where you can go to school by yourself as long as the prinicpal signs a note or document stating that you may do so. Technically, the DMV does not have lawmaking authority so it is not up to the DMV to determine who can drive when and under what circumstances. This function is left to the state legislature. The legislature could make it possible for a 16-year-old to drive alone to school with only a driver's permit if they were so inclined, though I doubt they will be so inclined any time soon. And with reference to the answer posted above, it appears to have confused exemptions to the first-year-license restrictions as exmptions to restrictions of drivers permits. A fairly exhaustive search of the CA DMV website uncovered NO exceptions to the requirement that a learner's permit holder must have a certified driving instructor, a license-holding parent/guardian, or other license-holding person aged 25 or older in the car with them while driving. To the person who said.. [There is no way! The only way to drive alone is on a provisional license which requires 6 months on a permit, 3 drivers training classes, and the Drivers ED.] You can get a permit at 15 and a half, if you need 6 months with a permit, you can get a permit at 15 and a half and when 6 months pass by, you're 16.

You can drive commercial vehicles while supervised by a fully licenced driver.

You do it while you're being supervised by a fully licenced driver.

You can have it towed out, or you can drive it out while supervised by a licensed driver, but you cannot drive it out on your own.

YES! You are driving. You have to have insurance. absolutely. it does not matter what stage of driving you are at, you must have insurance. you can get pulled over and be ticketed on your permit. you can also get into an accident while driving on a permit. all of the above are logically reasons that you must have insurance to drive on a permit. in fact, i am surprised that you were not asked to show proof of insurance to obtain a permit. so in short, yes you do need insurance to drive on a permit.

Yes, but you must check the laws of the state(s) you'll be driving on. While most states will permit an out-of-state driver on a learner's permit to drive in their state (pending certain restrictions), not all of them do.

That probably depends on what state you're in. Specify it and maybe someone more knowledgeable than me will stop by and give you an answer.

At 15, you would only have a learner's permit, which requires adult supervision at all times while operating a motor vehicle. Even Florida - which is well known for how lax they can be when it comes to drivers licences - isn't going to make such an exception. So, the short answer is no.

Not by yourself. You MUST have a fully licensed driver with you at all times while operating a CMV on a permit.

Your state's DMV license is enough to legally drive in Mexico. For longer stays, you may need an International Driver's Permit (IDP), which is translated into Spanish and can help you while driving down there.

Yes. You have to get your 'learners' permit while you learn to drive. However, once you get your licence you are not held to the same restrictions as underage drivers.

Getting a ticket while you have a permit can keep you from getting a license while you are in Indiana. It is important to abide by all rules while learning to drive. You could get your license delayed for up to 30 days.

You may apply for a work permit at the age of sixteen.

If you are with someone that is teaching you how to drive I think that is the person who gets the ticket.

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.

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