I need a vehicle to go to different sites on the job. just started this job weeks ago.
If you are asking if you can drive with no license then the answer is no if you are on public highways. If you are driving solely around a large site and stay off the public highway system, AND you employer says it is OK, then yes. But you have to tell you employer. He should have asked you if you had a driver's license.
That is something you need to disclose in case something happens. Then you need to somehow get an acknowledgement from the boss that it is OK just in case something happens. Maybe a witness.
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