Yes... only if they have 4 years of driving experience and G class license
I think, you should be able to get your driver's license earlier, in Ontario. In Alberta teens get their license at the age of 14, so i think Ontario teens should be able to do the same thing. If you have completed Driver's Ed with over a mark of 80%, you should be able to drive with a parent until you are 16. Once you pass all your courses you can drive like an adult!
As long as there is another licensed driver next to you that meets the requirements to drive with a permitted driver, you don't don't have to drive with your parent/s
it is not illegal for a driver with only a permit to drive his parent's car without having his name added to the insurance.
someone who doesn't drive
You do not need to have a driver's license to buy a car in Ontario, Canada. You will not be able to drive the car off f the lot yourself though.
You have to drive with a licensed Driver.
That would be a learner's permit.
A student driver.
If your licence is suspended, you may not drive, period, nor may you be a supervising driver of someone operating a vehicle with a learner's permit - state laws require that the permit holder be supervised by a licenced driver.
Nearly all states in the Midwest allow someone with a Michigan learner's permit to drive there, but there is a restriction. If you have a Level One permit, you must be accompanied by a licensed driver-- preferably a parent or guardian, but often any licensed driver who is at least 21 years old. The licensed driver must be sitting in the front passenger seat.
An occasional driver is someone who does not drive on a daily basis. Also, one who might occasionally drive a spouses car or another parties.