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Yes, You can it is just saying you got your learners permit in Colarado
It is not legal to drive in South Carolina with New York learners permit. You have to say in New York with that. Learners have to stay in New York cause its a New York state learners permit.
As long as you are in operating compliance with all the restirctions and limitations of the learners permit, you are legal to operate anywhere.
No, you need a driver license. Learners permit doesn't make you a full licensed driver.
I think that the legal limit is 17. But u get a learners permit at 16.
It depends what the legal age to take the test and get a learners permit is, in your province or state. ie) in Alberta you have to be at least 14
You can probably drive with a legal parent/gaurdian, but definatley not alone.
yes you can
It is legal to cross state lines having only a learners permit IF you abide by the original rules that you follow in your state.
No. You need your actual permit on your person at all times when operating a motor vehicle.
As long as a legal driver is in the car with him.
As long as you are operating in accordance with the restrictions your NY learners permit puts on you, you are legal to operate in any other state.
No. Also, "leagle" is spelled "legal".
NO. You must always have the ORIGINAL document. Copies are not leagal.
Yes, If accompanied by an adult or legal Guardian with a Drivers Licence
Providing that you are operating in compliance with the restrictions of your NY learners permit, yes, you are legal in PA.
Yes, you just have to have your legal guardian with you in the car.
As long as the person to whom the permit is issued is obeying all the restrictions of this class of permit he is legal to operate in any state.
No the purpose of a learner's permit is giving you legal standing to drive a car with a licensed driver until you obtain your license after passing the driving exam at 16.
Providing that you are operating in compliance with the restrictions of your DE learners license, yes, you are legal in PA.
It's legal here in Canada. You need to learn how to drive on the highway. I think it would be legal everywhere. and if it was not illegal someone could get hurt
Unless the learners permit states on it "Valid in VA only" then as long as you are complying with the law (i.e.- have a licensed driver accompanying you, and/or not driving after dark, etc, etc) you will be legal outside VA.
Unless the learners permit states on it "Valid in NC only" then as long as you are complying with the law (i.e.- have a licensed driver accompanying you and/or not driving after dark, etc) you will be legal outside NC.
As long as you are in compliance with the restrictions on your CT license you will be legal to drive in MA.
As long as you are driving with legal regards to whatever PA regulations impose upon you, yes.