Can a dealer sell a car to someone in California with an expired drivers license?
Yes, a dealer can sell a car to someone with an expired license. A dealer can sell a car to someone who doesn't have a license at all.
Yes. If you have a California Drivers License, it is legal for you to drive a car registered in New Jersey. If you own the car and live in one of those states, you have a limited amount of time to get the drivers license in the state where you live and to get the car licensed in the state where you live. If you live in California and are visiting someone in New Jersey…
If you rearend someone when the roads are wet who does not have a license or insurance who is at fault?
No, even if someone stole your diver's license, you cannot drive. There is no proof that you ever had your driver's license, so you cannot drive. You need to go and replace the drivers license as soon as possible. Driving without one could result in a ticket should you be stopped. In most states, you can order a new one online.
If someone rear ends you and your license is expired but the car your driving is insured what will happen?
If you have your driver's permit but not a license do you need insurance to drive someone else's car in Pennsylvania?
Can someone obtain a driver's license outside of the US if they are a citizen of another country and the license is suspended in the US?
A revoked license means the license was taken away. A restricted license means someone still has a license, but is limited in what they can do with it. For example, a person cannot legally drive with a revoked drivers license, but might be able to legally drive to and from work with a restricted license.
There are actually two questions here. If you are wanted on a misdemeanor warrant you can probably apply for a drivers license, but when they run your name and DOB, IF your name appears as a wanted person they will probably notify law enforcement. As for the driver's license: you can only have one drivers license at a time and that can only be from the state in which you legally reside.
You should get car insurance when you have your drivers license and you are regularly driving a car. With you license it is legal to drive someone else's car on a rare occasion as long as they have insurance, you will be covered. This however cannot be habit, and must not be part of a regular routine (borrowing the car every Thursday) So if you own a car, have your drivers license, or regularly drive…