Probably not. Most states computers talk to each other. There is also something called an interstate "compact" which allows states to share information about reckless and impaired drivers, preventing them from just going to another state for a license. If you misrepresent yourself to get another license, and the state ever finds out about it, you could be arrested for fraud as well as facing the other issues that originally suspended your license. It can get ugly.
You cannot have more than one license at a time. And a suspended license is still a license.
No, you can only be licensed in the state of which you are a legal resident.
Not likely. If you have a pending matter in Jersey, then you should bust a move and get your new license in another state BEFORE the Jersey court enters the suspension order.
no you can't
yes it happen to me
No, not until you've met the conditions for the reinstatement of your licence in New Jersey.
No, there is a national registry of license suspensions and revocations, and even filing an application while suspended could result in revocation and additional fines.
Possibly as NJ Has the best politicians Money can buy.
You are only able to get a license in your state of residence. If you have moved, you may be able to get a license, depending on the laws and reason for the suspension.
You can only hold a license in one state at a time. You currently have one in New Jersey and will not be able to get a license in North Carolina.
No. In the US, states have agreed to communicate and cooperate with each other with regard to driving and licensing issues. If your NJ license is suspended, you will need to get it reinstated before you can get a FL license.
No, you need a motorcycle license
Nope. States share information between themselves on those who licenses have been suspended. You are suspended from driving ... period ... until your suspension ends. Driving is a privilege - it is not a right. Respect your privileges by heeding all motor vehicle laws rules and regulations.
You do not need to have a license to carry pepper spray in New Jersey.
Most states check on previous licenses when a new license is applied for. If a license is suspended in another state, it is unlikely a new license will be issued in another.
Regardless of whether New York chooses to honor New Jersey's court decisions or not, you are STILL suspended in New Jersey, and you will be fined or jailed depending on the decision of the judge.
do you need a license ti insure a vehicle in new jersey
Wisconsin does not require a groomer to be licensed. Illinois does. New York does not require license.