You cannot drive alone with a learners permit in any state. That is the main purpose of a learners permit, so that you can be educated and get hands on training behind the wheel under the supervision of your legal guardian before taking on the road solo, at age 16. good question though! it never hurts to ask right?
The fine for driving alone with your learners permit will vary by state. Some states charge as much as $500 for driving without a license.
No. Driving with a Learner's Permit requires a licensed driver to be in the car with you.
Part of the learners permit test covers that information. If you haven't bothered to read the book, perhaps you shouldn't be driving EVEN WITH ADULT SUPERVISION! No, most states are raising the driving age and driving laws for learners are more restrictive than before. In general, you can't drive a car alone on a learners permit. You MAY be able to drive a motorcycle alone, but you'll need to check your state laws to find out the restrictions. When in doubt, check the local laws since they vary from state to state.
then you are still good bc the learners permit is good and she or he is 18
You'll probably lose your learners permit, and you might get charged with driving without a license, which means it's going to be a long time before you're allowed to drive again.
No they won't. A learners permit is not a valid license. They shouldn't be driving without a licensed driver. The owner of the car can be held liable. They can be sued for allowing an unlicensed driver, drive their vehicle.
no, you cannot drive alone with a learner's permit
114 dollars. just got one
NO! ALL restrictions of its use (such as: restrictive hours - having to have a licensed driver - etc) must be adhered to.
No one with a learner's permit can drive alone. Age has nothing to do with it.
No, you must have an adult in the car with you.
well in florida if u drive alone with a learners permit you will have ur drivers license suspended for up to six months...............so don't do it
Would be cited for driving without a licensed driver, it is up to the officer if he wants to impound the vehicle, but this can also happen.
What were you stopped for? You can be charged with that offense. In regards to your permit status; unless you are driving on a learner's permit or are operating in violation of any other restrictions you may have, nothing.
It would be fun but.... no dont do it
No, there must be a licensed driver with the permit driver.
No. If you read your learner's permit, it tells you the restrictions that you must follow while driving. One of those restrictions is that you must be accompanied by a licensed driver at least 21 years old.
It depends on the legislation of the country
You will get in a lot of trouble especially if you are driving alone. There is a lot more to go into but I don't feel like typing that much.
unless their is a new law- the answer is NO
I don't know for sure about California, but in my state and all states I know of, you are required to have a licensed driver with you when you only have a learners permit and cannot drive alone. Take a look at the permit, driver's manual, or call your local DMV.
No, age doesn't matter when you have a learners permit. Only a licensed driver can drive alone.
No you are not permitted to drive a lone at the age of 21 , with a learners licence alone. somebody with a real licence should also be in the car.
You can probably drive with a legal parent/gaurdian, but definatley not alone.