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    Question: What is the penalty for driving on a sidewalk?

    Answer: Your local police department (in any state) can tell you the specific consequences for driving on a sidewalk and other traffic offenses.


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    On 04/14/02
    Marcus from AZ said:
    You MUST have a license to drive alone. Imagine... if you were walking home one night and some ignorant person without a license hits you because they don't know how to make a proper left hand turn how would you feel; better yet, what if it was your boyfriend who got hit?
    On 02/05/02
    Joe from AZ said:
    Keep in mind that a Learner's Permit is provided to allow you to learn to drive under the supervision of another licensed driver. It is not a Driver's License at all. That is the reason that a licensed driver (or better yet, an instructor) be with you when you drive. Once you have passed the licensing exam for your state you can drive alone. Joe (Attorney Panelist for lawforkids.org)
    On 01/04/02
    OMIYA from GA said:
    THE LAW THAT A PERSON WITH A PERMIT SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE A PERSON WITH A LICENSE IN THE CAR WITH THEM IS EXTREMELY STUPID...WHO IN THE HELL IS GONNA JUMP IN THE CAR WHEN I HAVE A MIDNGHT CRAVING FOR SOMETHNIG TO EAT. WHAT IF I'M THE ONLY ONE AT HOME AND I HAVE TO GO TO WORK. MY BOYFRIEND HAS A LICENSE AND HE ALSO HAS A LIFE. MY PARENTS ARE EITHER GONE, SLEEP, OR BEING LAZY; SO WHAT THEN?
    On 12/06/01
    george from AZ said:
    I think that if you are driving on the sidewalk you should get arrested because there is no reason to be doing something like that and i atleast think that the police should do more than yell you what the consequences are because apparently there are none think about it if some one is close to the side walk you could hit them and ingure them or in the worse case scenario even kill them i mean if some one in your family was killed you would be upset but what if they were killed by somethong as stupid as something as stupid as driving on a side walk it would make you wonder why people only get t
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