How many license plates are in a Californian sequence for example 1aaa001-1zzz999?
If I understand correctly the first number has to be '1', the
next three digits have to be letters, and the last digit can't be
'0', so there are
1x26x26x26x10x10x9 = 15,818,400 possible Californian licence plate combinations.
Regardless of the state - if it issues two license plates one MUST be shown on the front AND the rear of the vehicle to which it is assigned. Answer: Yes, in California a front l license plate is mandatory for all motor vehicles other than motorcycles as provided for by Californian Motor Vehicle Code Section 4850.
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.
It depends on when you discover the error. In North Carolina for example, if you discover the error after the license has been filed the license can be amended. Depending on the complexity of the error affidavits may need to be filled out and submitted. There is usually a small fee to amend the license. Call your local Registrar's or Clerk's office where the license was issued and ask them.
If a felon cannot have a real estate license, but a former one can have. As long as they pass all the requirement and mandatory components that they need, they can get their real estate license. It also depends for the state's real estate commission if they will be accepting such cases, for example is on Texas Real Estate License
A compact state is a state that recognizes your license and you do not have to get a new license in that state. Example: You get a license in Illinois to practice nursing, but now want to move to Michigan, which is not a compact state, you have to get licensed all over again in Michigan now. Hope that helped!
No; a person with a learners permit is required to have a licensed driver in the car. Bad Example It is illegal to drive without a valid drivers license and the law requires that we have our drivers license on us at all times when driving on public roads. So, would likely not be a good example to start off your child's driving lessons by driving without yours.
Online processing happens right away. For example, the DMV clerk types information in from your license application and the special printer spits out your new license on the spot. Batch processing happens all at once some time after the fact. For example, DMV clerks from all over the state type in information from various license applications. Then at 2 am in the state capitol, the main computer runs through, processes all of the applications, and…
Anyone with a proper drivers license may operate the vehicle the license is for regardless of the number of passengers the vehicle may carry. For example a standard Class F license permits the holder to operate any light truck, passenger van, or passenger car, regardless of the passengers present in those vehicles.
A "brand license" is a license to use one's trademark or product name. Example: Disney licenses their Brand to various other manufacturing companies. Such that the manufacturer can make "Disney brand diapers," or "Disney brand shoes." A "software license" is a contract that allows an entity to use software, that is owned by the copyright holder of the software. Example: When you purchase Microsoft Office, you are actually purchasing a software agreement that allows you…
Business License ? No, not necessarily. It all depends on what business you are engaged in and whether it is regulated in your area and whether a license or permits is therefore required. For example most retail businesses do not need a license to do retail business in most locals so long as your not selling a regulated product like prescriptions, firearms or liquor, but It does need an occupancy certificate in most municipalities which…
A license is a contractual right to do something on a property, whereas a lease is a property interest that includes possession of the property, often containing the right to sub-license specified uses of the property. For example, you could lease a warehouse from someone and have a license to use it as a public storage facility, provided you paid a percentage of the generated income to the landlord.