No standard company will write a separate policy for a 16 yr old driver. Youthfuls need to be experienced with their own credit and stability to obtain their own policy. It is not cost effective either. The rule is that until the age of 25, most drivers will not get a prefered rate.
So in short, the answer is "no".
Drivingt without a learners permit, and without a license, would constitute 'driving without a license' which is a misdemeanor offense.
No, you cannot.
In most jurisdictions in the United States, you do not need a Learner's Permit to obtain a Driver's License unless you are a minor. No in every state you can get your license without your learners. But you need to be over the age of 18 to get the license whereas with a learners you can get your license at 16.
Progressive will give you insurance without your license but its not as cheap.
Absolutely. If you are stopped and have no drivers license and do not have insurance on the vehicle you are driving then yes you will most likely be taken to jail and the vehicle will be impounded to car jail as well. They can't let you drive off without a license or insurance.
Cars can not be leased without having an actual license. A learners permit is only to be used for practicing to drive to receive an driver's license.
You have to be 16 to get a Drivers License in the state of Florida. You can get your Learners Permit at age 15. But, if you turn 18 and are without a Learners Permit (or license), you can skip the permit and get the license after the basic driving tests.
Not if you do not know how to spell"out" the right way.
NO! You would be a fool to drive without insurance.
Yes, you can. You don't have to have a car insurance in order to have a driver's license.
You have to hold a Learners Permit for at least a year or wait till you are 18.