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      07-01-2019, 04:28 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by vreihen16 View Post
You may want to check the laws before boarding the plane. I do not believe that there is reciprocity between states for learners permits. My NY one clearly stated that it was only valid in-state, and one of the kids in my school had to wait an extra year for his license because his parents let him drive on a family trip to Florida and he got busted in the Carolinas with an out-of-state permit.....
it's the same here in Massachusetts (state permits only allowed) "officially"but something is better than nothing, as long as he's in the system it'll be fine

I did mine in Maine @ 15 in the 1990's some kids in my family got permits in Florida but also lived in Boston as recently as a few years ago, got stopped with parents in the car no problem (happy trooper)

But @ 14 years old Kansas and only a couple other states allow that young
I'm aware of the liability, he's only driving with me in the car

Damn, I took my dads 420sel all over Cambridge @ 13 (no permit NO anything) just drove like miss Daisy is in the back and not past 11pm