Technically in most states one should not open the drivers side door because it could interfere with traffic and cause accidents.
If there are no cars coing and you do not interfere with traffic then it should be no problem.
I'd love to see more people comment on this, I've never heard anyone ask that question before... I don't see why it would be illegal, having to get in on the passenger side is somewhat comical, especially on some of the sportier cars. Definitely watch for traffic, distracted drivers may not see you, and that would just suck.
No. Illegal immigrants cannot legally obtain a drivers license in any state in the US.
Yes. You will, however, be subject to the restrictions imposed on drivers under 18 both in the state of California and in the state of New Jersey.
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.
Yes. It is in any state.
In the state of New Jersey, you can surrender your drivers license by visiting the closest motor vehicle branch. Tell them you want to surrender the license and get a receipt as proof.
Move into the state and establihs residence. Register for a state drivers license or ID card.
In the state of Illinois, it is illegal to have any type of accent lighting on a motorcycle while it is being driven on the roadways. The only exception is if it is parked for show.
No, but check with your town whether you need a permit!