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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-29-2006, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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Penalty for driving w/ Learners Permit

Does anyone know the penalty for getting caught driving without supervision while just having your learners permit? Right now I'm just driving in neighborhoods around my house, it's kind of tough to ask the wife to follow me everywhere I go in the car...I guess I just need to find some guys to ride with...In Chester, VA here...

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I am pretty sure that will vary from state to state...in Arizona you can ride solo, but only during the day and not on the highway.
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are you serious, they require supervision with a permit in your state? In Ca at least all a pemit means is no riding after dark, no passengers, no freeways
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CT is the same as CA. I was able to wander around on my own as long as I didn't get on a highway and was home before dark.
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And how the "supervised" thing will actually work?
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in NJ if you get caught without a licensed rider who has had a license for at least 2 years and is over 21, you can have your license revoked.

in cars, the supervisor must be in the passenger seat, on bikes, they must be on their own bike, doesn't matter if they are infront or behind the learner...gay, i know...

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Here is what DMV says...

Here' is what DMV says...

"You must be supervised by a person at least 21 years of age who is licensed to operate a motorcycle, alert and able to assist you and supervising from a separate accompanying motor vehicle."

Nobody in family or any of my local friends have a bike, so what am I to do?

Hopefully, I'll be fine and the officer will understand...I'll just be sure that I follow the laws and pray not to hit a traffic stop...

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In PA its great....with a permit you can't ride at night or no passengers.....anything else goes

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Here' is what DMV says...

"You must be supervised by a person at least 21 years of age who is licensed to operate a motorcycle, alert and able to assist you and supervising from a separate accompanying motor vehicle."

Nobody in family or any of my local friends have a bike, so what am I to do?

Hopefully, I'll be fine and the officer will understand...I'll just be sure that I follow the laws and pray not to hit a traffic stop...

get your liscense?... fawk the permit. waste of time.
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Have to have it for 30 days...

That crappy part is that I have to have it for 30 days before I take the driving test at DMV....

I'm probably still going to ride some, otherwise I've got this kicka#@ bike and it'll just be sittin' in the garage....

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