do pennsylvania junior licenses work in other states such as texas?
- Michael HLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
I assume you are talking about visiting the state, if so, then yes you may drive in Texas with a permit.
A nonresident who is at least sixteen (16) years of age may drive in Texas with a Learner’s Permit from another state provided the person complies with all provisions of our statute. The instruction permit is a driving permit that will enable a beginning driver to drive with someone in the front seat that is 18 years of age or older and holds a valid license.
If you are moving here
Applicants 15 years of age presenting an out-of-state instruction permit will be issued a Texas instruction permit which must be held for six months from the date of issuance before becoming eligible for Phase Two.
Applicants at least 16 years of age and less than 18 years of age who present a valid out-of-state instruction permit or out-of-state driver license and proof of completion of a driver education course will be issued a Phase Two provisional GDL with passenger and time restrictions for the first six months of operation of a motor vehicle in Texas.
- vic91106Lv 71 decade ago
No. Unless you have a "full" driving privilege, you are driving illegally if you go out of state.