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With your Learner's License, you may:Only drive during daylight hours during the first three months and until 10 p.m. thereafter, always with a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old and occupies the front passenger seat.From: http://www.flhsmv.gov/ddl/teendriv.html(Florida Dept. Motor Vehicles / Learners Permit.)
Unless the learners permit states on it "Valid in VA only" then as long as you are complying with the law (i.e.- have a licensed driver accompanying you, and/or not driving after dark, etc, etc) you will be legal outside VA.
Yes. When doing so, they will subject to both the restrictions which New York State places on learner's permits, and they will be subject to the restrictions of the state they're driving in. However, there are some states which will not recognise an out-of-state learner's permit - Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Washington D.C., Hawaii, and Arizona are among those states. Before driving outside the state of issue with a learner's permit, you should contact the state police of the state(s) you'll be driving through in order to determine if you're eligible to drive in that state on a learner's permit, as well as to be informed of what the restrictions of that state are.
The law clearly states a permitted drive must drive with a license driver at all times. You also are not permitted to drive after dark. One policeman is not the law in Maryland and you will find that out the next time you get pulled over and its costly.
According to the law, yes, but it would probably not be a very good idea. It would be wise to check the vehicle code for the state in question as there are limits on what a driver with "only" a permit may do. There may be restrictions like no driving after dark or the like. The states all have a web site where the vehicle code is posted. Check your ability to search a data base as you look up the restrictions for a permittee.
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Yes. They can drive in the dark but not between the hours of midnight and 7:00 A.M.
The law does not require you to get ten hours of driving in a single day. In fact, driving ten consecutive hours for an inexperienced driver would be quite dangerous. The law simply requires you to obtain a minimum of ten hours driving experience during daylight hours from the time you receive your learner's permit and the time you take your driver's test. This can be over a period of a few days or a few months. More experience is better, but ten hours is the minimum you need to be able to document (keep a log) for purposes of qualifying for your license.
If you will drive north of town to a dark spot, you can easily see Venus.
He's not dead.