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Can i drive to school with a permit without and adult or parent?
I'm getting my permit, and I'm 15 turning 16 in october. Will I be able to drive to school without an adult? I see many kids driving without an adult and they are on their permits. I;m pretty sure a permit is just to learn how to drive, but will I get in big trouble if i drive by myself to school? Also, if I take some friends, will that be even more illegal?



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mrklcoac2002
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talk to your driving instructor i believe if you talk to him or a judge you can get special permission

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KC
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I don't know how it varies state to state but in PA no, you have to be driving with someone who is 21!

And you definitely can't have someone else in the car! The penalty is not being able to get your license until you are 21.

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hotwheels122287
no, thats a dumb question....you have to be a licensed driver to drive alone.... you have no right to do that because what if you get in an accident and you have friends in there. if they get injured guess whos gonna have to pay for everything. its time to be a little more responsible....those other kids that are driving are breaking the law. dont follow the trend...

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Lela A
No, a liscensed driver needs to be with you at all time while drivng a car

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ROADRUNNER
No, duh!

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jslinderml
You didn't say which state, but the general answer is no. If you are caught, your permit will be canceled and in some states you could lose priveleges until 18 OR have the car impounded. Also, depending on the terms of your parent's insurance, you may not be covered in case of a mishap.

If your state has Graduated licenses, its possible that some of the kids you see are on Junior licenses (here you can get that at 17) where you can drive without an adult.

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cacountrygurl
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yes. if you get caught without an adult (18, or 21 in some states) with you in the car, you will lose the privilege to get your license when you turn 16. you will have to wait even longer to drive yourself. also, many states have limits on how many friends you can take even after you get your license, so be aware of that. if you are willing to live with the consequences, and possibly not get your license, then do it. otherwise play it safe, and just wait until you're legal.

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Knightro
No, you must have a licensed driver 18 years or older in the front seat with you in order to drive with a permit.

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sgoldperson
Well in any case you would be DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE. That is illegal no matter how you look at it. You'd also likely be driving without proof of insurance, a lesser crime that could be overlooked if you don't get in an accident and the cop is in a good mood. The reason you wouldn't have insurance is because most(if not all) insurance companies will only cover LICENSED drivers(a permit without a licensed driver is no license, a permit WITH a licensed driver that fits qualifications IS a license). So find out who needs to be with you, may be parents/guardians at your age over just an adult, and make sure they are with you when you drive.

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