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What is the difference between a license and permit in Illinois?

by Lisa on Oct 16, 2012.
Filed under: Illinois Illinois Driver's License Written Test, Illinois Learner's Permit Test, Illinois Motorcycle Exam Commercial Driver's Licence, Driver's License, Learner's Permit, Motorcycle
A license allows drivers to drive without restrictions, whereas a permit allows drivers to drive with specific restrictions. An instruction permit allows drivers to drive with a parent, driving instructor, or licensed driver over the age of 21 in the front seat passenger seat. Illinois also has a Graduated Licensing Program with specific restrictions for drivers age 20 and under. To review the specific age-related restrictions, visit http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/drivers/te... Read More

What is the difference between a license and a permit in New Jersey?

by Lisa on Oct 08, 2012.
Filed under: New Jersey New Jersey Driver's License Written Test, New Jersey Learner's Permit Test, New Jersey Motorcycle Written Test Commercial Driver's Licence, Driver's License, Learner's Permit, Motorcycle
A basic driver license in New Jersey allows a driver to drive without restrictions. A permit, or a probationary automobile license, is designed to allow new drivers to gradually gain the driving skills needed to drive safely on one’s own. New Jersey features a Graduated Drivers License (GDL) program, which is a multi-stage driver development program. The system gradually introduces driving privileges to first-time drivers, extends their practice driving time and requires a minimum age of 18... Read More

What is the difference between a license and a permit in Florida?

by Lisa on Oct 03, 2012.
Filed under: Florida Florida Driver's License Written Test, Florida Learner's Permit Test, Florida Motorcycle Written Test Driver's License, Learner's Permit, Motorcycle
The state of Florida offers residents a learner’s license, intermediate license and a Class E license. The learner’s license and intermediate license are similar to other state’s learner’s permits and allow young drivers learning to drive restricted opportunities to gain driving skills. An unrestricted license allows drivers to drive at any time of day and without the presence of a licensed driver in the car. A Learner’s License A Learner’s license is available to those at least 15 years ol... Read More

What is the difference between a driver's license and a permit in NC? What kinds of permits does NC offer?

by Lisa on Sep 25, 2012.
Filed under: North Carolina North Carolina Driver's License Written Test, North Carolina Learner's Permit Test, North Carolina Motorcycle Written Test Driver's License, Learner's Permit, Motorcycle
An unrestricted NC driver license allows a driver to drive without restrictions. NC offers several different kinds of driving permits to allow drivers to safely learn to drive before applying for a driver license. North Carolina offers a limited learner’s permit level I and level II, a learner’s permit and a driver’s license. Limited Learner’s Permit Level I The limited learner’s permit is available for those age 15 to 18 that are learning to drive. During the first six months, a level I per... Read More

Why do 70% fail their DMV test? The Tests are TRICKY!

by Joshua on Sep 19, 2012.
Filed under: California Commercial Driver's Licence, Driver's License, Learner's Permit, Motorcycle
This is part two in the “Why do 70% fail their DMV test?” series. In part I of this series we discussed the “I know how to drive” complex that many of us suffer from. Simply put, many of us have been driving for years but due to a move or age we are forced to take the driving written test again. Very annoying. We go in all cocky thinking we know all the rules and laws and BAM – EPIC FAIL. We simply didn’t realize that we only use about 20% of what we had to learn to get our license and a r... Read More

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