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Old 08-12-2009, 03:43 PM   #1
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Driving with learners permit

Not that I do, But I am curious what are the consiquences for driving with a learners permit with out supervision of a certified driver.
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Drive contrary to restrictions ticket (bye bye licence), towed vehicle and associated towing costs. Minimum.
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Old 08-12-2009, 06:45 PM   #3
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Alos/either...a no DKL ticket. Your DL is only valid when you comply with the restrictions. the other consequences ovetrlooked...is a lifetinme paying off ANY costs involved in any crash you are involved in. Your insurance will not be valid. Wanna bet your financial future on a car ride?
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Old 08-12-2009, 09:31 PM   #4
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Sorry, what is "Alos" & "DkL"
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"Also" and "DL" with typos. Kind of like "consequences" in your first post.

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Not that I do, But I am curious what are the consiquences for driving with a learners permit with out supervision of a certified driver.
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Thanks for translating. Big fingers, small keyboard, not enough time spent checking b4 posting.
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Drive contrary to restrictions ticket (bye bye licence), towed vehicle and associated towing costs. Minimum.
You forgot one..

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isnt it also
when someone crashes into you at their fault, it automatically becomes your fault because your L without supervision??
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Old 08-13-2009, 01:52 PM   #9
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Hasn't this been asked like 50 times?? If you drive and get caught, you pay big bucks, lose your license, get laughed at by everyone you know and disowned by your parents for being a complete retard. Short story is, don't do it.
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my friend got caught for driving with his L once when he was so close to home, the cop arrested him for resisting arrest but in the end, all he had to do was pay a fine
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Resisting arrest for a no DL ticket? Ah yes, there is a story behind that one.
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Drunk posting at 6:45pm? We don't usually see those from you until about 3:00am
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When your days statrts at 4.30 am and runs till almost 11pm on some days, 6.45 pm is pretty "drunk time"...and as I don't drink at all, it's as "drunk" as I get.
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That's what I keep telling myself. My Radio job starts with the morning show and runs till the job gets done, then I teach motorcycle courses over the weekends 2-3 times a month. Yep....yer right. Shoulda stayed sleeping on the job for the Govt!
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Not that I do, But I am curious what are the consiquences for driving with a learners permit with out supervision of a certified driver.
dont do it
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A ticket for either no DL or drive contrary to restrictions, a tow job and no insurance coverage in any crash.
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2 month suspension and that's with speeding... car didn't get towed.
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What are the fines for driving with out DL...
My friend got pulled over for speeding while driving unsupervised with a learners. All he got was a ticket, lucky guy?
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What are the fines for driving with out DL...
My friend got pulled over for speeding while driving unsupervised with a learners. All he got was a ticket, lucky guy?
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