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Answered 2013-10-01 16:16:20

No, you can only have one license be it provisional or full.

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No you cannot get a drivers license in Florida if you have had your license suspended in another state.

No. All of the states employ a "one driver license, one road" system. This means that when drivers license is suspended in one state, you cannot get a drivers license in another, until the problem is resolved in the original state.

Legally that is not allowed. You cannot hold a license in more than one state at a time, and a suspended license counts.

Usually not. Even if you did, you would not be able to drive in the state where you are suspended. Your priviledge to drive in that state is suspended along with your license.

Nope. There is a national database that notifies other states of suspended licenses.

If your license is suspended in one state, you cannot get in another. There is a central database that all states access before granting a drivers license to another person.

Not until you've met the conditions to have your licence reinstated in the state which it was suspended in.

It will depend on your state law and why your license is suspended.

None. If you are suspended, don't lie to get another one. You will be in huge trouble.

If your drivers license is revoked in one state, can you get a drivers license in another state?

If you have an active suspension in another state, they will find out.

Legally you may posess only one drivers license and that must be issued by the state you reside in. All state DMV's share their drivers license and court ruling information with one another.

You have a license in Arizona. Having one from another state would be illegal.

It is possible with some states, but not with every state. If you have a CDL (Commercial Drivers License) which gets suspended in one state, there is no state or territory of the US in which you'll be able to get licensed in while your license is suspended. Also note that the state which suspends your license also suspends your driving privileges in that state, so, if you did obtain a license from out of state, and were pulled over in the state where your license was suspended, it would still be treated as if you were driving on a suspended license.

No. All state DMV's share their information with one another -AND- it is unlawful to possess a drivers license from any state but your state of residence.

Yes, a person will get a suspended drivers license with DWI in any state.

So long as your license was not suspended or terminated, you should just have to pass the driver's test to get a license.

If your drivers' license is suspended in any state, you may not legally drive in another one until it is restored. You should also know that driving with a suspended license will, among other legal complications, void the insurance on the vehicle if you have an accident.

Yes. If your licence is suspended in your home state, it is suspended in ALL states.

No. You have to clear the suspension before any state will give you a drivers license.

In the state of Georgia, the state will reguire a 6-months prepaid policy along with a SR22A filing in order to get your license back. In the state of Georgia, you can't get insurance with a suspended drivers license cause your not legal to drive with a suspended license.

No. If you're suspended it makes no difference WHAT state you hold a license in.

No, The driving privilidge in Washington State has to be valid in order to obtain A Drivers license in any state.

no because it will come on your record that your license is suspended.