No, at least not in NC
Your destination is not relevant, you may not drive without the necessity of complying with ALL the requirements of your learners permit.
not till you git your drivers license you cant do it with your permit.
no, you cannot drive alone with a learner's permit
No. Driving with a Learner's Permit requires a licensed driver to be in the car with you.
yes, only in Florida it states clearly that only 17! year olds can drive to work, school, and school functions. not 15 not 16 but 17! so yes it is true!!
depending on the exact type of permit, you are not allowed to drive alone anyways
To the end of your driveway. With a restricted license, there is no limit on the distance, but your destination must be to school or work and back home. You have to have a licensed driver with you (usually 5 years of experience in some states) when using a Learners permit on public roads no matter how old you are. You both then could drive across the US if you wanted.
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.
After 3 months you can drive to work and school between 8 am and 10pm
What kind of permit? Driving? Hunting? Work?
if its alright with our guardian yes
Nope ... she broke the laws by driving without another licensed driver in the car while she was driving. A "work permit" does not issue authorization to drive a car without being properly licensed. There are other transportation means for people to get to work ... public buses, taxicabs, bicycles, walking, etc. no guaranted a work permit is to work NOT TO DRIVE!''If you cant do the time dont do the crime!''
i am work permit holder i can drive in Singapore
No. If you talk to the California Highway Patrol (1-800-TELL-CHP), they will tell you that only a valid driver's license is acceptable--an Illinois permit won't work.
No you can't...your learner's permit allows you to drive only with a licensed driver over 21...your primary license (or whatever its called...the one you get for the first 6 months of your license) allows you to drive to school, work, church, and drive a sibling places.
NO! ALL restrictions of its use (such as: restrictive hours - having to have a licensed driver - etc) must be adhered to.
No. With a permit, a licensed driver must accompany you in a car if you are driving.
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.
To furnish a work permit you must, visit your school counselor and ask for a work permit. Your counselor will help you. The permit will need to be signed by both school and work. The work will then file it.