launchpad mcquack (_mathlete) wrote in thequestionclub,
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I'm 19 and a New York resident at school in Delaware.

I don't have a driver's license, but I do have a learner permit. It says clearly in the NYS Driver's Manual that I can drive in another state with a NY learner permit so long as the other state allows it. It also addresses the opposite situation (someone from another state driving in New York on their permit issued in that other state).

I'm looking all over the Delaware DMV site, reading the manual, looking through all their FAQs and I cannot find anywhere if I'm allowed to drive as a learner in Delaware on a New York learner permit. I'm not going to take a Delaware driver's ed course, but I really could use informal practice, because I don't have enough time at home to get enough practice. I'll be without a license until I'm at least 22 if I don't get trained while I'm here.

This is such a long shot but does anybody have ANY idea if I can drive in Delaware with a New York permit, or who I should contact to find out this information?

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