If a have a valid Georgia drivers license and you are suspended in NJ can you drive in New Hampshire?
No, Normally the state that you comit a suspendable offense in, will notify the state your license is in and they will suspend the license. But sometimes that paperwork takes a long time. However, Cops like me sometimes will run a check on a person through all 50 states just out of curiosity while we have you pulled over. If you show suspended in one state you are not allowed to drive at all, so I would take you to jail for operating a motor vehicle while suspended. This prevents someone from getting a suspended license and sneaking to the next state and lying to get a new one there without telling them they are suspended (by the way lying to the DMV to get a new license is a felony).