Who can you drive with when you have your permit in Maine?
Regarding this, who are you allowed to drive with a permit?
An individual with a learner's license/permit may drive only when accompanied either by a licensed parent or legal guardian or, with the permission of the parent or legal guardian, a licensed driver 21 years of age or older.
Additionally, can I drive in Maine with a Massachusetts learner's permit? A person with a valid learner's permit issued by his/her home state can legally drive in Maine provided that person is at least 16 years of age and adheres to all restrictions applied to the learner's permit issued by that person's state or province.
Keeping this in view, how late can you drive with a permit in Maine?
While permittees ages 18-20 are free from the prohibition of driving between 12am-5am and are not required to take a driver education course, they are still required to have a supervisor in the car with them. And the first license obtained by an 18 to 20-year-old is also subject to a two-year provisional period.
How do I get a learners permit in Maine?
How to Apply for Your Learner's Permit in Maine
- 1COMPLETE DRIVER EDUCATION (UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE ONLY)
- 2COLLECT REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION.
- 3COMPLETE AN APPLICATION FORM.
- 4SUBMIT AN APPLICATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS.
- 5PAY THE FEE.
- 6GET THE WRITTEN AND VISION TEST APPOINTMENT.
- 7PASS THE WRITTEN TEST.
- 8PASS THE VISION TEST.