My ex wife and her boyfriend recently when on vacation with my kids. The boyfriend had a F2 felony charge from a aggravated vehicle or homicide charge. He has no drivers license. He drove the whole trip from Ohio to Florida and back.
I don't think it would be considered child endangerment if his conduct did nothing to endanger the children. However, it does expose the kids to having no automobile insurance coverage from the auto in which they were passengers because he had no valid license. Further, his conduct may be in violation of a license suspension and his probation, depending on whether he is still subject to those restrictions under the felony case.
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