Yes and no. The state of Texas allows you to drive in another state with your learners license. However, certain states do not let out-of-state individuals with permits drive there. These states are Arizona, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Vermont. Texas drivers with learners licenses may not drive in Washington, D.C. either. It’s always smart to research the driving laws in the state you will be visiting before you go.
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- Who needs to take Texas drivers ed? Is there an age requirement?
- Can I drive in another state with my learners license?
- Is there a "zero tolerance" rule for teens?
- Do I have to apply for a Texas learners license if I am over 18?
- What will I need to bring to the drivers license office to get a drivers license?
- Is there a behind-the-wheel component?
- How long must I hold my learners license before I can get my drivers license?
- Can I get a discount from my automobile insurance company?
- How Is the course graded?
- What are affiliate driver training schools?