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    Question: If I have a driving permit, how old does the other licensed driver in the car have to be?

    Answer: According to Arizona Law, the licensed driver in the vehicle with the permitee must occupy the seat beside the permitee who is driving the vehicle and must hold a class A, B, C, or D driver's license. The law does not specify the required age of the licensed driver, however people must generally be 18 years old to have a class A, B, C, or D driver's license.

    A person with a driver's permit may also want to check to see if the car insurance policy on the car and driver specify who the licensed driver can be. Legally, a licensed teen driver could accompany a permitee, but the insurance policy covering the vehicle may require the parent or legal guardian of the permitee to be in the car while the person with the permit is driving.


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    On 07/12/07
    rotwyl from AL said:
    NO!!!!!! u can be 15 n get yo permit but 16 to get your license
    On 06/07/07
    anne from NY said:
    if you have your driver's permit, do you have to have insurance?
    On 06/04/07
    cole from IA said:
    can you legally drive in a parking lot with just your permit if nobody but yourself is in a car.
    On 02/24/07
    Karina from TX said:
    I'm 15 but iv'e known how to drive sice 1 was 14. Can i get my perimit without going to drivers ed in school because i flunked 7th grade and you have to get drivers ed in your sophmore year but im going to be 16 in october????
    On 12/10/06
    judy from CA said:
    I am 18. I have an instructional permit. Can I have minors in the car besides the licenced adult practicing with me?
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