You can loose your licence if you get into an accident that was caused by you where someone was injured or even if you get caught not wearing a seatbelt.
you can get your learners when your 16, and have to have them for a year, driving with someone who has their full licence, then when you turn 17 you can go for your P1's if youv'e done 120 hours of driving (you can drive alone on your P1's, then after that you go on to have you P2's, then finally your full licence) you can get your learners when your 16, and have to have them for a year, driving with someone who has their full licence, then when you turn 17 you can go for your P1's if youv'e done 120 hours of driving (you can drive alone on your P1's, then after that you go on to have you P2's, then finally your full licence)
You will get in an accident and kill someone.
Different states will have different laws. Check with your local DMV if you really want to know. In most states you can lose your driving priveleges until you are 18 years old. If someone is dumb enough to break the law driving before they get their license, what kind of dumb things will they do after they get their license.?????
Although it depends on your insurance, the driver is covered if driving with your permission.
No. The driver is responsible.
At 15 you can get a permit, 16 you officially have a license to drive. In the UK you must be 16 to obtain a provisional driving licence which allows you to drive only with someone else supervising who holds a full valid driving licence and has held that licence for a minimum of two years.
In relation to computers - they are the International Computer Driving Licence, and European Computer Driving Licence. Looking at the definitions on the internet - they apparently replace the NVQ qualifications. However - I'm sure someone will correct this if I'm wrong.
If the person is legally an adult then no, they should have known better then to drive without a licence. Person does not need a licence for you to sell them a car.
You can - but morally you shouldn't - and legally you could lose your licence or worse KILL someone !
Normally, it means someone who is operating a motor vehicle while having had their licence suspended.
depends on the insurance company
it might not affect you current policy but after renewal the points you received in that accident with Hurt you.
If the person driving was given permission then all coverage should apply per the provisions of your particular policy.
It's when a learner driver is accompanied by a person holding a full driving licence - someone other than a driving instructor (perhaps a family member or friend).
a lot off times they well made you stopping it to do it or force you to take a class.
A driving licence allows you to drive cars and other road vehicles it does not allow you to fly an aircraft. You would need a pilots licence in order to fly to Scotland from England or you could just buy a plane ticket and someone else will fly you there.
huh ? o.O -.-
It should, if you let someone borrow your car, coverages should apply.
Well, I would assume so. You were driving the car, and you were in control. If I am right, you can't blame your driving school for the accident. So in my personal opinion, yes, it is your fault! :[
Yes, you can because your lisence plate is for your car only. The police will know it's your car.
If someone in a vehicle accident is injured or killed, one or all of the drivers involved in the accident may be charged with vehicular manslaughter or felon reckless or drunken driving, depending on the circumstances. The driver charged does not necessarily have to be the one who caused the accident.
No. Your confusing him with former catcher Jim Leyritz.
An accident with possible injuries and death. If you have an accident while texting and someone dies as a result of this you can be charged with negligent homicide and if convicted go to jail for a long time.