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    Question: If driving with a permit alone and are pulled over what are the possible concerns?

    Answer: A Learner's Permit is not a license to drive a car. It is a special permit that allows you to drive a car on the road only for the purpose of learning to drive, and you must have a licensed driver with you at all times.

    The point of a Learner's Permit is to give you an opportunity to learn to drive, with supervision from someone with a license.

    If you were to be caught driving without supervision, you will first be cited for driving without a license just as anyone else would that is driving without a license. In addition, it is likely that you will not be allowed to obtain a Driver's License at all for some period of time as punishment for breaking the law. The period of time until you could get a License would depend on the circumstances, but will probably be until you turn eighteen year's old.

    For more information on Driving Laws visit the LawForKids.org Youth Laws Driving section or the Arizona Motor vehicle Division


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    On 04/21/09
    Shan from GA said:
    I was watching COPS and this girl had a permit to drive and she was pulled over, the cops took her to jail. It was in Nevada though. Im scared to do it though, I dont wanna go to jail.... Im too pretty...
    On 08/12/08
    Kat from CO said:
    Can you drive by yourself if your 18 and have a permit?
    On 01/27/08
    jacob from AZ said:
    I live in a very small town and got pulled over for not having my headlights on it was barely dark i have no license or permit what is the worst that can happen?
    On 11/16/07
    rich from CA said:
    i am taken my driver lincense in like 3 days and i was pull over last week can i still take my license
    On 10/21/07
    Dakota from MD said:
    My friend was caught driving alone at night with only a learners permit in his moms car. The cop gave him a $350 ticket and said that he may not be able to get his provisional lisence now until he is 24. Is this really true?
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