I know of NO state that allows a 'permit' driver to operate by themselves wihout a licensed driver in the car with them.
i don't think you can drive anywhere w/out an adult, with a drivers permit.
No. You cannot drive by yourself on a learner's permit.
not till you git your drivers license you cant do it with your permit.
Generally, Iowa schools allow students who have had their driving permit for over 6 months and have taken Drivers Ed to get a school permit. This allows the student to drive on a direct route to and from school and to and from school sports/activities.
Can you please tell me if you can drive to and from school if you have a Nevada permit?
it matters if your under 16 you have to be with a person that is over 21 but if you over 16 you don't have to drive with a adultYou get your school drivers permit at 14
You can only drive in the state where the learners permit was issued.
What is a drivers permit?????????????//A drivers permit is a license stating that you are alble to drive but only with a person 21 years of age or older
Yes, on private property or on a drivers school closed track.
ONLY if you are otherwise legally entitled to drive alone, and if the school in question permits you to drive to school (many schools have policies restricting students from doing so without express permission both from parents). If you do not have school permission, if you do not have parental permission, if you do not have the legal right to drive alone (most likely if you are still a student) then no, you may not drive to school. You will have to find some other way.
A driver with a permit can only drive if someone with a license is in the car.
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.
Permit, as in learners permit, gives you a permit to drive with a passenger beside you that has a full license and has had on for at least 4 years. Drivers test it to be able to drive alone. That's how it is in Canada anyway.
No, if it's on a temporary basis, you have the permission of the owner, and the owner has liability insurance on the vehicle.
if has a drivers permit and there is an adult with the 16 year old yes he can
If you only have an Illinois Learner's Permit, NO, you are not allowed to drive out of state. An Illinois Leasrner's Permit is only valid in Illinois.
if you have your drivers lisence yes if you have your learners permit you should probably check first and make sure that the rules of the permit are followed
No you do not need drivers ed to take your permit , the permit is questions based off of rules of the road, drivers ed is to teach you how to drive. You have to study the book take test, get your permitthen take drivers ed to get your license.
No. You CANNOT drive without a valid license. PERIOD!
in the owners car with a valid drivers licence
permitting means to allow someone to do something but not fully or for long. Such as a drivers permit they can not drive alone or with anybody else without a drivers license.
No.. NH is one of the states which will not alow out-of-state drivers to drive in their state on a learner's permit.
A learners permit means you are permitted to learn how to drive but a license means you have proven you can be trusted to drive. If you have a permit you must have someone over 18 with a valid drivers license with you in the front seat at all times. That is how it is in my state and unless Florida has a funny law about it I believe it is the same.
No. Pennsylvania is one of the states which does not recognise an out-of-state learner's permit.
Can you drive in Georgia with a Florida's learner permit with a 21 year old valid florida drivers license?