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How long does it take to get a drivers license in Michigan?


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2014-09-17 23:55:38
2014-09-17 23:55:38

It does not take very long to get a drivers license in Michigan. A person must be of age, have insurance and take the test. Assuming they have all the documents and pass the test it should only take 30 minutes.


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