In every state that I am aware, when you apply for a DL, the application will ask you to indicate whether your license is suspended in another state. Answering yes is usually grounds for denial of a license in your new state. * No. All state DMV's share information concerning suspensions, revocations, denials, serious violations (DWI, DUI, etc.) through the National Driver Registry, the Problem Driver Pointer and the Commercial Driver License Information System.
You cannot legally get a license in another state, you already have one. Michigan has suspended your license and you can only have one at a time.
That would not be allowed. You cannot hold a license in more than one state at a time, and a suspended license counts.
You have to get your situation sorted out with the state of Iowa before you could get one in Tennessee.
You have a license in Arizona. Having one from another state would be illegal.
Not legally because Tennessee DMV will ask if you have a suspended license in another state. If you answer "no" you will have broken the law. They will eventually catch your lie because the states all pull from a national network.
You may only have one valid license at a time. It has to be in the state you are a resident of. And Michigan may recognize the suspension if their laws allow it.
Not while the license is suspended. You can only have one license at a time and a suspended one counts!
No you cannot. If your license is suspended in one state, then it is suspended in all states. You will need to have your NY license reinstated.
No you cannot, if you are suspended in one state you are suspended in all states.
Florida has suspended your license and you can only have one at a time. You cannot legally get a license in another state, as you already have one.
PILOT's license, or DRIVER's license?? You can pilot an aircraft with a suspended drivers license. One has nothing to do with the other. You cannot fly with a suspended pilot's license or you are in violation of FEDERAL law.
You cannot have more than one license at a time. And a suspended license is still a license.
No, because they will check your records for your old license and then it will show up then you will not be able to get your licence and tags and you will be suspended in that state as well.Added: An interstate compact between all US states guarantee that if your drivers privileges are suspended in one state it is suspended in ALL states.Added: All states are members except for Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Tennessee (dropped out in 1997). Nevada repealed the authorizing legislation in 2007, though it still generally conforms to the agreement through regulations. You can get a license in those states but you can only drive in those states
No as your licence is suspended for a major offence, you can not get another one in Massaachsetts.
You do not have a license, it has been suspended. You cannot drive anywhere without one.
All state DMV's are inter-connected with one another and honor each others licensing provisions and court decisions. If you are suspended or revoked in one state, you are suspended or revoked in ALL states. Additionally: You may only possess a driver's license issued by your state of residence.
It is a violation of the Wyoming licensing laws. You are not permitted to have more than one valid license and a suspended license counts.
It is a violation of the Colorado licensing laws. You are not allowed to have more than one valid license and a suspended license counts.
You must have a valid drivers license to rent a car. A suspended license is not a valid one.
My driveing privlige is suspended in nys ware can i get one?
No. If you are suspended in one state you are suspended in ALL states.
You will be prohibited from renewing and or having reissued, a drivers license, when your status is deemed suspended in any state in the United States. One question you will be asked at issuance is "Are your currently under suspension or revocation in any state?". If you answer untruthfully, you could be subject to prosecution for perjury.
It is a violation of the Massachusett licensing laws. You are not permitted to have more than one valid license and a suspended license counts.