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2009-03-12 15:50:02
2009-03-12 15:50:02

no it is not .if you drive with a expired license you are breaking the law


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It is not a valid license, so there is nothing to suspend. However, the driver can be prevented from obtaining a valid license, suspending their privilege.

Legally, an expired driver's license is no longer a valid form of ID. However, most bouncers at clubs are looking at the date of birth and the picture to see if it is you. There is a chance the bouncer will not notice the license is expired.

Yes, the visa is still valid, but you will have to bring both passports (new & the expired one) every time you use visa.

To get an international drivers permit you must have a valid drivers license in your own country, so you must get it renewed if you want one.

Can you rent a car without an expired license?The question implies that you do not have an expired license. Does that mean you do have a valid license? If so, then yes. There should be no problem.Can you rent a car with an expired license?No. The car rental company might not check your expiration date, but I doubt it. Additionally, some companies will make a copy of the license you used to rent the car.

Not as long as they have a valid license. Most military individuals maintain their license in their home of record. Other states will consider the license valid, even if expired, if there is a valid military ID with it.

In California I believe you can still get your driver's license after your permit expired, however you cannot drive without the permit until after you get your driver's license.

If it was still good, it wouldn't have an expiration date. If the ID expired, you need to renew it for it to be valid.

Most insurance companies will specify that the driver must be 'road legal'. That means a valid driving licence for the vehicle must be held, an expired licence is not a 'valid' licence.

If your license has expired you have the same options to renew as those who hold a valid driver's license: * Online * In person * By mail The DMV won't charge you additional late fees, but you will be cited by the police if you're caught driving with an expired license. To determine whether your license is expired, check your driving record or the date on your driver's license.

If you prove the registration in court, they will drop the charges. You will still be charged with driving on revoked license.

no, because it is not current, there is no proof it was ever actually valid

If you have a current insurance policy and are in a car accident, but have an expired license, it is up to the insurance company if they will pay the claim or not. It could be in their clause not to, if a person does not have a valid drivers license, especially if you are the one at fault.

In most states, there is no grace period for driving on an expired license. "Expired" means "no longer valid"; you can't legally drive with that license. The only circumstances under which this might be okay is if you've renewed your license and simply haven't received the new one yet. And yes, the police officer can check on whether you have renewed your license or not, so lying is not going to help.

Yes, as along as you have an address in the state it expired from

You have to renew it if you want to continue to drive, otherwise it is now expired and no longer valid.

The license is still on file and valid. You can obtain a copy at the court house.

You have insurance and drivers license is expired can you be ticketed

Yes it can....but since its not a valid liscense you cant do much with it!

it has to be a current driver's license it CANNOT be expired

If they catch you driving on that expired license, yes.

As long as you are in possession of a "valid" license then yes. If your license was suspended, has been picked up, or a temporary license that may have been issued has expired, then no.

No. When you apply for a license in any state, that department of motor vehicles will search under your name. A record of the expired suspended license will come up and you will be denied a drivers license. Driving without a license can eventually lead to jail. Believe me, I know from personal experience: Pay the fees, get your CA license taken care of and then get a valid TX license. You'll be happy you did.

No because the person with the expired license is still perfectly capable of driving a car safely, whereas if a driver does not have a license it could be a 5 year old trying to drive a four by four.

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