In Massachusetts, as in most states, it is a criminal offense to drive with a learners permit without a licensed driver over 21 in the vehicle. The penalty for doing so is a fine of up to $200 and your driving privileges will be revoked.
Must have licensed driver over age 21 in passenger seat at all times Cannot drive outside Massachusetts
No. Driving with a Learner's Permit requires a licensed driver to be in the car with you.
Most learners permits require the presence of a licensed driver who is over 18. Most learners permits require the presence of a licensed driver who is over 18.
Yes. Massachusetts recognizes out of state permits but be aware that there are restrictions regarding who is with permit holder while driving as well as driving time restrictions.
The person driving is breaking the law. Not a good start for a beginning driver.
Yes, a licensed driver who is over 18 needs to be in the car with you while you are driving.
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.
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.
Providing that you are legally "fully" licensed (not a learners permit) there should be no difficulty in driving your parent(s).
You have to be at least 16 years old to get a learner's permit in the state of PA. You can then begin driving with a licensed driver in the vehicle.
By yourself it is illegal. Just like your permit when you started driving a car you have to have a properly licensed driver with you.
Hopefully you were not driving alone ... could lose your license for that. Otherwise, it works the same as if you had a normal license ... the police will take down all the information - whomever was in the front passenger seat (hopefully a licensed driver over the age of 21) will also have to accept responsibility, as you were driving under their guidance and direction.
Your licenses can be suspended for a year and your vehicle can be impounded. Also you will receive a ticket if the officer feels that it is necessary
Unless the learners permit states on it "Valid in VA only" then as long as you are complying with the law (i.e.- have a licensed driver accompanying you, and/or not driving after dark, etc, etc) you will be legal outside VA.
Unless the learners permit states on it "Valid in NC only" then as long as you are complying with the law (i.e.- have a licensed driver accompanying you and/or not driving after dark, etc) you will be legal outside NC.
As long as there is a licensed driver over the age of 21 at all times when the driver with the learners permit is driving, there is absolutely no problem with someone driving with a learners permit in a state other than where it was issued. When my son had his learners permit, we took a 2 week vacation and traveled across several state lines - he drove 75% of the trip - we were never stopped.
No. New Hampshire is one of the states which will not grant driving privileges to an out-of-state learner's permit holder.
Any new prospective driver, regardless of age, is going to require a learners permit and gain driving experience with a licensed driver before they are eligible for their "solo" drivers license.
At 16 years old you can get your learners permit (when driving you must have an older licensed driver with you) At the age of 18 you can get your full driver licence.
The licensed driver needs to be at least 25 years old and must be sitting in the seat next to the permit driver.
If you drive on a learner's permit without a licensed driver in the car, you will lose your learner's permit. You could face the risk on not getting your license at all.
Drivingt without a learners permit, and without a license, would constitute 'driving without a license' which is a misdemeanor offense.
Not unless you have a licensed driver with you AT ALL TIMES! ADDED: As long as you are driving with legal regards to whatever AL regulations impose upon you, yes.
dont do it