Yes you will. You will probaly lose your permit (of course) but you will probaly have to wait even longer to get your license. If you are in a accident while driving with only your permit your parents will probaly be sued.
Yes... you are required to always be supervised while driving on a learner's permit.
Yes. Age is not a valid reason for not having a license or permit.
You have to take a written exam. You will only take the driving exam after having the permit, when you are ready to get the actual driver's license.
Under the old law, teens could get a driver's license after turning 15 and having a learner's permit for six months to drive with adult supervision. The new law increases that to one year.
It is important to follow the rule and regulations while driving. If a person is cause driving on their own, while only having a permit, they can lose their right to drive for a while, and have to pay a fine.
In the state of North Carolina the curfew is 9:00pm.
No, worst case is a fairly heavy fine, impound of car and the loss of your permit and ability to get a license for awhile. Still not worth the trouble.
You no longer have a valid driving permit
A learner's permit can be obtained at an age of 15. A license is obtained at age of 16 after 6 months of having a permit, completion of driver's education, and 30 hours of day driving, 10 hours of night driving with a learner's permit.
no, if you're 17 you can get your license without having your permit. but if you don't have your license.... no driving by yourself!
In St. Louis, you have to be 15 to get a driving permit.