If you are old enough to get your drivers licence. and you are able to satisfy the examiner that you are able to both drive a car and understand the road rules then you will be able to get your drivers licence.
Absolutely N0T....N0 Way!!!....Getting Good Grades From School That Has Nothing To Do With Having Your Driver's licenses N0 It's N0T....Its Being Behind The Wheel Of A Driver Side is Education..You'll LEARN And Stay In School..Please Don't Drive Drunk...So Many People Lives At Stake Here..To Many People On The Road They Are Getting Killed Almost EveryDay....And If You Ever Took Some One Life Behind That Wheel..YOUR YOUR Responsible For The VITCOM'S Life
no you should not because they threw away their education why not throw away their drivers licsens too
No, it should not.
If you are a high school drop out and you do not have your GED, you cannot get your drivers license until you are eighteen. If you already have your license when you drop out, it will be revoked.
yes you will be an legal adult but is not recommended to drop out of school
Drop out of High School.
I assume you are talking about a drivers license? Dropout, that doesn't effect your driving abilities.
no you cant not until you are 18
yes getting your license or permit has nothing to do with being in school.
Yes, you can get it once you turn 18.
after your 18 years old0
DMV will revoke the driver license of any person under age 18 when it receives notice from proper school authorities that you are no longer eligible for a Driving Eligibility Certificate. If you drop out of school and do not get a GED you have to wait until you are 18.
No because you won't be heading anywhere now that you just ruined your life.
If you can't correctly spell the word "license" you shouldn't be driving!
No. Your driver's license does not have anything to do with High School attendance.