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.
It is currently not legal for a driver to drive around in a damaged car. If caught by a police officer, the driver can face stiff penalties including a fine or confiscation of their vehicle.
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.
Yes, this may be legal.
only if you have a licensed driver in the car with you
Legal liability covers the legal compensation that might have to be paid if a third party files any case against the driver for damage, loss, or fire. The driver is covered for a sum equal to his salary for the policy period. It also covers accidents and occupational diseases.
All drivers are required by law to carry proof of Financial Responsibility. So if you are an insured driver under the terms of the Auto Insurance Contract then you are covered to drive it. If you are not an insured under the terms of that policy then you are not covered. Remember, Vehicles do not drive themselves and vehicles do not carry insurance, People do. Auto Insurance Is to cover the losses and legal liabilities of the Insured.
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.
No. The supervising driver must be in a condition where they themselves could legally operate the vehicle.
Yes as long as the driver is over the age of 18.
No, you need a driver license. Learners permit doesn't make you a full licensed driver.
NO! A licensed driver must accompany you.
As long as a legal driver is in the car with him.
No. A driver on a learner's permit must be supervised by a licenced driver of legal age, and they're required to be in a condition where they could legally drive themselves. If you're too drunk to legally drive the vehicle yourself, you're too drunk to be a supervising driver.
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.
If everyone was legal, yes, a collision should be covered by the insurance company.
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.
none. off road vehicles used for off road purposes only do not require a license. an unlisenced driver can drive off road but is not legal to drive on the city streets or public higways.
An occasional driver should only drive as many occasional miles as he might occasionally want to drive. The term Occasional driver is not indicative of how many miles they might drive but rather how often they may drive, there is no specific legal definition for an occasional driver. Most Insurers develop there own guidelines to determine if some fits the definition of an occasional driver. Generally an occasional driver would drive your vehicle no more than a few times a year. If they drive regularly once a week or regularly once a month, or once every 6 weeks, then they are a regular driver. By the very definition of the term, an occasional driver would not know how often they are going to drive. Any type of planned or scheduled use would define them as a regular driver.
Up to the legal speed limit of whatever road they're on.
You should never drive without a liscense in any state, regardless of where you got your liscence, unless you have a permit and have a legal driver with you.
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.
You need to read your contract, in most states any legal driver over 25 is covered on any policy and on some policies cover everyone with A valid license. Also if the person is using your insurance to cover damages they caused, You can sue them for costs. The policy is yours not theirs.
If he has a driving permit it is "okay" P.S. AVOID cops