Yes. A permit requires you to have a licensed driver in the vehicle with you. Therefore, you cannot drive alone or with other people that are not licensed. This is the rule in the state of Ohio. If you live in another state the rule could be different. Check yor local BMV for specifics for your state.
YES!!! dont risk it trust me. if you are driving alone with only a beginners permit and you hit something or someone hits you or you get pulled over or if someone notices and reports it.... it means big trouble. you will have tto wait longer to get your real DL... years after you are 16..... depending on the state laws. but dont go risking anything. one slip up.... or someone else's slip up can cause you trouble.
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Yes, you would be ticketed for driving without a license. Since you're driving illegally, your insurance would also be invalid. Also, you could lose driving privileges. Many states wouldn't grant you a license for a certain amount of years after the citation. And if you're driving someone else's vehicle (even your parents) they could be fined for knowingly allowing you to drive unlicensed.