Does the owner of the car have to be there for a driving test in California?
You must bring a vehicle, but you don't need to be the owner of that vehicle.
A vehicle that is safe to drive with valid registration and displays a front and rear license plate.
If you use a rental vehicle for the driving test, the driver's name must show on the contract as the insured driver.
If you fail your driving test, you can schedule a new appointment immediately – you do not have to wait two weeks between retakes.The California DMV charges $7 for every retake.You do have three chances to pass before you have to reapply for a driver license.
This isn't about age, do you have your license yet?
(Step-parents may not sign unless they have legally adopted the minor child.) This form must be completed and signed in the presence of a driver license examiner, or notarized if parent or guardian or other responsible adult over the age of 21 will not be present.
Typically, the person who owns a car is the person who insures it.However, most states permit auto insurance policies to be paid by someone other than the registered owner.Some will not insure a vehicle if the policyholder and car owner are not the same.
How much does a child have to weigh or how old does a child have to be to ride in the front seat of a car in California?
The concern is that a child cannot sustain the injuries to their internal organs (liver, kidneys, spleen, etc), which can be irreversibly injured in a head on or front impact crash. based on the current technologies, e.g. air bags and seat belts the child should weigh at least 110 to 115 lbs and ...
For a typical backyard mechanic, yes on the vehicle. It can be bench tested on a machine like the one many auto parts stores have. The older alternators that could be disassembled have parts that can be individually tested with a multimeter.
Children under the age of 8 must be secured in a car seat or booster seat in the back seat.Children who are 8 years of age OR have reached 4' 9" in height may be secured by a safety belt in the back seat.
they have to sit forward and with a seat belt
To receive your CA license if you hold a valid license from another state: Visit a DMV location and take the CA written test and vision test.If you pass these, the driving test is generally waived and a CA license will be granted and your former state's license will be nullified.
yuo can be 15 and older
Some auto parts stores will check it off the vehicle for free
You can be 15 to start driver's education. When you turn 15 1/2 you are able to take the drivers permit test, once passed, you can begin your behind the wheel training. 6 hours are required by law, with a licenced professional, before you can take your actual drivers test. Also, you must be 16 ye...
18 and you must have a full license from a state with no restrictions pertaining to your trip
AutoTrader is a national magazine that lists used vehicles for sale, they create local versions for many regions across the United States. You can also find their listings on their website at http://www.autotrader.com.There is not a magazine in California which list used cars by owners. However, ...
The test is really easy— so much so, it requires no studying.You cannot renew your California driver license more than 60 days after it has expired.You'll need to visit your local CA Department of Motor Vehicle office and complete a new Driver License or Identification Card Application (form DL 44).
Not if it's non op and never moved, but you are responsible for damage if it does.
Therefore, until the child is at least eight years old and is tall enough to ride on the back and reach the foot rests, it would be unlawful to carry them on the back of a motorcycle.
If you have your license you can
In most cases, the owner of a vehicle will insure it in his or her name.However, there are a few circumstances in which the owner of a vehicle may not wish to insure it in his or her name.This often occurs when the vehicle's owner is not its primary driver and does not wish to pay for insurance c...
You have lost my license for dangerous driving in a car do you have to retake your motorcycle test aswell as your car test?
This question would have approx. 50 answers, as it depends on which state that you live in. The only way to get the right answer is to call your state licensing agency, department of motor vehicles, etc. Some states for certain moving violations, consider all licenses suspended, whereas some stat...
It varies with state laws. Check with your local DMV office.
No. Goodwill accepts any car in any condition. Depending on where you live, they also might come pick it up for free.No, a vehicle does not have to be in running condition. Goodwill accepts any car in any condition. They also accept motorcycles, RV's and boats.
24953.(a) Any turn signal system used to give a signal of intention to turn right or left shall project a flashing white or amber light visible to the front and a flashing red or amber light visible to the rear.
Generally, car hops work drive through and the stalls. All car hops make bags clean windows sweep the lot take out the trash and clean the bathrooms.It's a really easy job honestly
In special situations, children who are under 6 years of age and less than 60 pounds may ride in the front seat of a motor vehicle in California.For example, children may ride in the front seat when no rear seat is available or the vehicle's rear seats are rear-facing or side-facing jump seats.
Answer: Yes, car insurance companies normally require you to own the car (have your name on the title) to insure it.Car insurance companies want a policyholder to have insurable interest in the insured vehicle so that you are motivated to protect it.
you have to be 15 and a half to get your permit in Ohio
it matters if your under 16 you have to be with a person that is over 21 but if you over 16 you don't have to drive with a adult You get your school drivers permit at 14
You will have to check with your city and state to see what the regulations are. I have lived in Alabama all my life and we dont have annual inspections to do on our cars so we can run straight pipes with no catylic converters if we want, but if we get caught, we get fined. So check with a local ...
I don't think you have to, but it does help to give a vehicle history report. Try doing this like CARFAX does. Just look at the info that they have and give a brief report using that same format.
Yes the tag and papers will have to be changed in the new owners name.
Owner has to insure the car, the driver has to have a licence to operate it along with insurance, some places have separate insurance from licences, but generally the owner plates it which comes with a certain level of insurance and the driver may have a licence but no insurance, so ultimately it...
No, just a valid registration, license plate, and insurance.Edit: You do your test in their car, so they already have the L plates on if that was what you meant..
The dealer will incur a few costs in allowing potential customers to test drive their vehicles, most of which are built into the 'overhead' costs of the business. Generally, the dealer will incur the following costs:1. They will have to take out some kind of Public Liability and Business insuranc...
Whether the vehicle has air brakes, air-over-hydraulic brakes, or hydraulic brakes does not determine whether or not the vehicle requires a CDL.Are your employees who operate the vehicle regularly required to have a CDL? If the answer is yes, then so are you.If the vehicle has a Gross Vehicle Wei...
The only times a vehicle of that weight doesn't need a CDL is when the following conditions are met:Keeping in mind that it must be registered as such BEFOREHAND, you're only exempt from needing a CDL under those conditions. Otherwise, you need a CDL.
If you fail your driving test, you must wait two weeks before you can take it again and pay a retest fee of $7.You have three chances to pass.If you fail three times, you have to start over in the licensing process.
You are allowed to get it when you turn 16
20 years of age in California i believe...
How much does a child have to weigh or how old does a child have to be to ride in the front seat of a car in Louisiana?
in the uk the child has to be 142cm tall.
You now live in the United Kingdom do you need to retake your driving test and theory test when you relocate to orange county California?
When you move to another country you will need to take any drivers tests that country requires.
Persons under 18 may not be employed to drive a motor vehicle.
turn them on and off in dark
You have to be 18 years of age.
I have posted a link for you with the California requirements for registering a vehicle you have purchased. There are some exceptions to the law, listed on the website.
In most states it is twenty-five years. This can vary, so check you local DMV.
For insurance and registration purposes, the age of a classic car, in most cases, is at least 20 years old but not more than 40 years old.If you are going to register it (and insure it) as a classic, it should have been kept to its original design and specifications.
The “Experts” on Classic Cars A car that is 50 years old or older is officially an “antique," and most clubs and organizations make the distinction between classic, antique and vintage automobiles.The Classic Car Club of America is considered by many to have the “definitive” definition of a clas...
The law says that all children up to 135cm tall (around 4'5"), or the age of 12, whichever comes first, in the front or rear seats in cars, vans and other goods vehicles must travel in the correct child restraint for their weight with very few exceptions.
about 60 pounds and about four feet tall.
well check the mirror thing on the car or the directions dah
Most certainly if you buy a car in America but if you were in botswana or eritrea most definitely not its really a question of where you are in the world
16 yrs of age 16 yrs of age
they just send you a new one in the mail! unless you're old then you probably have to. check out the ca dmv website! google it!
For you? GOD I hope so. The word is portion. My Lord this site has spell check you know
Depends most plates laid down in the roadway are 2 inches thick to support most traffic.
They sure can. When I was 16, I worked as a delivery driver for CarQuest Auto Parts.You'll likely have to get a work permit from your school though, and I think 20hrs/week is the max you're allowed to work.
it's $28.00 resource: http://www.dmv.ca.gov/dl/fees/driverlicense_fees.htm
If you must use your own vehicle for a driving test, it must pass certain standards. The vehicle must have all working lights and flashes, be insured and plated, and yes, it must have a seatbelt because using a seatbelt is mandated by law.
A vehicle can indeed be towed away – provided its registration tags have been expired for more than six months, according to section 22651 (o) (1) (A) of the California Vehicle Code.
The registered keeper is different to the owner of a vehicle.The DVLA emphasizes that the person who is named on the registration document, which is sometimes also known as a V5 document, may not necessarily be the owner and that a V5 is not proof of ownership.For example, this is the case with a...
As part of the non-commercial driver's license road test, drivers must park their vehicle midway between two uprights in a space that is 24 feet long and eight feet wide.Make contact with any of the uprights to the rear or front of your vehicle, Cross over the painted line, or.Go up onto or over ...
Texas does have a parallel parking test as part of its examinations.You will also be required to drive in reverse for at least 50 yards.Remember to also use your turn signals when taking the parallel parking test, or you risk failing.
Parallel parking is likely the most-dreaded part of the driver's license road test.As part of the non-commercial driver's license road test, drivers must park their vehicle midway between two uprights in a space that is 24 feet long and eight feet wide.
The owner's insurance covers the car and usually whomever is driving it. Many people drive cars that belong to someone else. If you are a licensed driver, you'll be covered.
If the car has a primary owner and a co owner and the co-owner doesn't want to keep paying the monthly bill does the primary owner have the right to take the car away from him?
IF your name is on the TITLE, you have the right to possession. This is best done with lenders knowledge and/or assistance.
Is Your Vehicle Ready For The DMV Road Test? Your car needs to have two license plates. You must have two working signal lights and brake lights. A horn designed for the vehicle must be functioning. Check your tires and make sure there are no bald spots. Make sure your brakes have adequat...
There is no height limit. You just have to be over 12 years of age, this is because air bags can kill you if you are under this age The answer is that you must be 12 years or older to sit in the front or else, if there is an accident you'll could have death.
The car wheel size has to be calibrated with the speedometer because the circumference of the wheel touches the ground: ergo a huge wheel like those found on heavy machinery can spin slower because with each revolution it covers... say 5-10 feet.
If the other owner is on the title then they are needed. If the other individual was just a cosigner on the loan then they are not needed to sell the vehichle. This information should be on the back of the vehichle's title.
The reasons a car probably wouldn't be allowed to be used for a road test could be lack of safety equipment-lights,rear view mirrors.seat belts, etc.
How old will you be able to receive your license without having to do your permit test first rephrased how old do you have to be to get your license straight up with a driving and license test?
18 years of ageIt depends on the state. Check with your state's DMV. Some will allow no permit at 18, some allow it at 21, some will not allow anyone to obtain a first driver's license without going through the permit stage first.
SLOW OR STOP Bicyclists may give right turn signals with their right arm held straight out, pointing right.Signal: During the last 100 feet before reaching the turning point (left or right turn).
Massachusetts' law allows state officials responsible for the emissions program to exempt vehicles that are 15 years old before the year in which their inspection occurs.State implementing regulations provide an exemption for vehicles that are 1983 models or older.
Craig's List is a popular place for people looking to sell, buy and trade items and services. They do indeed have a section for used cars for sale by owner.
You must be the owner's personal driver, I guess.
Minimum age for a permit is 15 1/2 .
With a warrant or with reasonable cause, yes.
According to California DMV you have to be at least 15 1/2 and under 18 to apply for learners permit. Source - http://www.dmv.ca.gov/dl/dl_info.htm#PERMINOR
Driving without a license is a “wobbler” offense that can be charged as either a misdemeanor or an infraction.If charged as a misdemeanor, the maximum penalty is six months in jail and a $1,000 court fine.If charged as an infraction, the maximum penalty is a $250 court fine.
I have a permit and taking the practical driving exam. I don't have a car could I borrow my friend's car with the insurance policy under his name for the test will it be accepted in Oklahoma?
I know the policy in Texas and Oregon is that you must show the vehicle is insured, it does not have to be under the name of the one being tested.Oklahoma is probably the sameThe licensing hand book or their website would say for sure.
You can rent a car in California through many car rental companies. This includes places at the airport, or individual businesses. Car dealers also provide these service.
not if I live in Maryland...then I would register my car in Maryland. whereever you live and have your license, you register your vehicle in that state. there are exceptions for military people.
At what temperature does gasoline freeze? One article I came across suggested that gasoline could freeze at a range between -40C and -76C or any temperature less than -40 degrees fahrenheit.-40 degrees celsius = -40 degrees fahrenheit.
Depends on state law I know in California a spouse is half owner of everything.Often, if someone asks about "rights," I wonder about the level of responsibility s/he has for the car. It is like any other possession, where you do not borrow it without asking, or assume you can treat it as yours.Mi...
Unfortunately, you would have to pay a use tax just because of the way the government works for car taxing, the tax would be small, but just to make sure that you don't get fined extra, you might want to look into it some more. just for the reason that I'm not a car taxing expert. you could call ...
To drive a car in New Zealand you need a driver's license; to get one of those you must be at least 15.
At 16 years old you can get your learners permit (when driving you must have an older licensed driver with you)At the age of 18 you can get your full driver licence.