If you have never had a license before anywhere, the answer is YES, in Georgia, you must get a leaner's permit before you are first licensed.
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.
Georgia will recognize a certificate of marriage from Jamaica. The license will not be valid in the US.
Everyone who does not already have a license (and never did in that state) needs a learners permit, even if you are 50
It is $50 if you have never had a license before in Maryland. $30 if you have.
first when your in a car accident never admit it was your fault...you will definitely have to pay for it then. if your underage and no permit you will most likely have a set back in getting your license and your parents may have to pay compensation
if your are caught driving and you are under the age limit to get a permit you will never be able to get a drivers license.
You should never let a person drive a car that doesn't have a license. If the person has a permit and the passenger is over 18, then it is fine.
The first two numbers represent the year you first got your license in CO. (This includes when you got your learner's permit). The next 3 numbers represent what day of the year you went in to get your license, and the last 4 represent what number in line you were that day to get it, this includes all DMVs throughout the state. Your license number will never change, even when renewing your license or if you move out of the state and come back.
No, you should never get another licence sum how the police will find out about it and there is a chance you could get in more trouble then you already are:)
Yes. A learner's permit is a privelege given to someone under the legal driving age so that he or she can practice driving while learning. But once you're 16 or older, you can obtain a regular license never having had a learner's permit, assuming you've satisfied all other testing requirements.
yeah u need to take drivers ed to get a permit No. There's dozens of kids at my school with a license that never took drive ed.
If they have never been licensed before, yes. They need a permit in order to practice driving before getting their driver's license.
Probably not, they would usually only check the state that you moved from and who's permit you are looking to replace with a FL license. HOWEVER - you can never be certain. . . .
In order for a marriage to be valid, the license must be signed by both parties willingly. If no license was signed, there was no marriage in the first place.
Never, and he never will be. They hate him in Georgia.
You get a ticket for running a light and driving without a license. Age has nothing to do with it. You broke the law.
You must pay for and pass the Texas Department of Safety Driver's Examination and purchase automobile insurance. Driver's Ed is not required.
Unless the NC violation resulted in a suspension of your license which has never been cleared, you should probably be okay, ALTHOUGH, you may be required to pay the delinquent fine.
You don't need a Learners Permit to take the Operator's License test once you turn 18. If you have not been issued a Learners Permit or if the permit has been expired for more than one year, you must pass a written test and a driving test at the DMV. If you are 18 or older applying for a first time license and you have never held a POP, you must pass the vision, written, and driving tests. Individuals surrendering a valid or expired (no more than one year prior to surrender) Nebraska Learners Permit (LPD) will have the written test waived. A Class O License authorizes a license holder to operate any motor vehicle except a motorcycle and commercial motor vehicle. Minimum age 17 if held POP for 1 year and have not accumulated 3 or more points during previous 12 month period, otherwise age 18. AN OVERVIEW OF GRADUATED LICENSING IN NEBRASKA: http://www.dmv.ne.gov/examining/overview.html
Not enough info -BUT- Was your license/permit permanently revoked in PA, or did you just not bother to re-apply after your suspension period was over? If permanently revoked by PA you're going to have a problem. If you just didn't re-apply, but all other stipulations of your DUI sentence were satisfactorily completed, you shuold be able to successfully get a FL permit.
No, your driving record, unlike your criminal record, is a never-changing history of your entire driving history from the very first time you ever got your license right up to the present time.
Pope Benedict XVI held a pilots license but never had a drivers license so it is unlikely he ever drove the Popemobile.
No..because if the license was never filed with the State then you were not legally married to begin with....