If your son has a valid drivers license , he can legally drive your vehicle. But- he will not be covered by your auto insurance policy for any damage incurred while your son was operating the automobile. Therefore You would be liable (out of pocket) for any damages.
In some states, he cannot legally drive any vehiclewithout car insurance.
Not without a learner's permit.
Yes, it is dangerous but legal.
only if you have a licensed driver in the car with you
Yes, this may be legal.
It is not legal to drive with a foreign driver\'s license in the US if you have a suspended Florida driver\'s license. You will need to resolve the suspension in order to drive legally.
Insurance is issued on the vehicle, not the driver. If your child, properly licensed, is driving with you in the front passenger seat, the vehicle and its passengers are covered.
NO! A licensed driver must accompany you.
As long as a legal driver is in the car with him.
not sure what state you live in but in most states it is legal for someone with a permit to drive with a license driver.
In Texas, it is legal to drive at age 14 with a hardship driver's license, at age 15 with a learner's permit, and at age 16 with a regular driver's license. At any age, you must have a valid driver's license from any state to operate a motor vehicle in Texas.
Yes, it is perfectly legal to own a vehicle if you have no license to drive it and have a licensed driver chauffeur you around.
Yes as long as the driver is over the age of 18.