You can drive in Georgia with an out of state learners permit. You need to be accompanied by a driver over the age of 21, and you have to have valid insurance.
This varies by state law. Ask your insurance company.
Any Insurance Company authorized in your state may write an Auto Insurance Policy for a driver with a learners permit. Some simply choose not to do so because they will consider a new driver high risk. Just call around or search online until you find one who will accept the risk.
no. because as long as the parents has insurance they are fine. And this is only if the parent adds them on their insurance.
The VEHICLE that you are driving must be properly insured.
Only if you are with someone who is over 21
No you don't i just talked to my drivers' ed teacher and he said that you don't need to have insurance for just a learners permit. You only needed when you get your full licences
If you relocate to a different state you will have to get a new learners permit. However, if you relocate within the same state you do not need a new learners permit.
no. your not allowed to drive in any state but your own.
It is not legal to drive in South Carolina with New York learners permit. You have to say in New York with that. Learners have to stay in New York cause its a New York state learners permit.
You can drive out-of-state on a learner's permit, so long as the state you're driving in permits it. Pennsylvania is one of the states which does not recognise an out-of-state learner's permit, however, so your answer would be no.
If a person with only a learners permit gets a reckless driving ticket, they will have to pay the ticket. Depending on the state they may be required to attend classes, and their insurance rates will go up.
Everyone who does not already have a license (and never did in that state) needs a learners permit, even if you are 50
in the state of Virginia how many times can you renew the motorcycle learners permit ?
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.
It depends on the state. For example, in Kentucky, you can drive with an out-of-state learner's permit only if you are 16 or older. Any learner's permit distributed to someone under the age of 16 is void.
no but sometimes your insurance will be cheaper if you do. but it will depend also on what state you live in
In my state WV the answer is no. You can not. It might be diffrent in other states but I don't think so.
Depending on the state, all states allow properly licensed young drivers with a learners permit to operate a vehicle. This is to assume that the young driver is listed on the policy as he should be as a driver on the policy.
No, No. Along with D.C., Pennsylvania, Hawaii, Arizona, and South Carolina, New Hampshire does not permit operation of a vehicle within their state on an out-of-state learner's permit.
In the state of New York you are allowed to drive with your learners permit from 5am to 9pm
Depends on the state you live in.
What state? What country?