What else can you use as a State ID other than a drivers license. State of Texas?
If you don't have, or do not qualify for, a state drivers license, the state also issues state identification cards. The requirement that you positively identify yourself with verifiable documentation as to who you really are still exists, but it should serve as an alternative picture-ID to the drivers license. As it is in most(all?) other states, you cannot possess BOTH a Texas drivers license and a Texas identification card at the same time - only one or the other.
No, not in Texas or any other state.
Yes, you will need a drivers license to register a car in the state of Texas. Other items needed are proof of insurance and a certificate of inspection.
In the state of Texas, drivers are required to have 2 license plates displayed on the car. One license plate should be in the front and the other plate must be displayed in the rear.
Can you have a Commercial drivers license in one state and a regular drivers license in another state?
No. Federal states that if you have a CDL in one state, you cannot have any other drivers license in any other state.
Yes, if you have an unpaid traffic ticket that has gone to a warrant in Texas you will be unable to get a drivers license in any other state.
The drivers license from your home state of residence is legal as long as you are still a legal resident of that state. If you become a resident of the state of Texas (other than being stationed there in the military), yes, you would.
Yes, they can suspend your license. Texas has a right to protect the other drivers and the location of the violations doesn't matter.
Why does Oregon have to recognize a drivers license from New Mexico and a marriage license from Texas?
It is written into the US Constitution. States have to recognize the actions of other state.
Can you obtain a temporary drivers license while working in Alabama while your license is currently suspended in Texas?
NO! Once your license is suspended in one state, it is also suspended in all other states.
Depends. The severity of your felony measures your chance of having a drivers license granted. Unlike other American states, Texas has very different laws. .
Yeah. There is a thing called the two of three rule in all states. As long as your home of record and your drivers license are for the same state or your car and drivers license are from the same state you are legal. If the car you are driving is registered somewhere other than Texas and you have a license from one state other than Texas and your home of record some place else… Read More
If you are referring to a drivers license/permit - - you may not legally possess a drivers license/permit from other than your state of legal residence.
In the state of Texas your Personal Identification number and your Drivers License are two different numbers,however it could vary in other states.The most likely hood in other states is probably the same.
No. All state DMV's share their information and honor each others drivers records and court decisions. Furthermore, it is unlawful to have a drivers license from a state other than that of your legal residence.
Will Nevada state issue a drivers license to a person when their California drivers license is suspended for DUI?
Absolutely not. The upper 50 states all run off of the same system. If your license is suspended in the state of your primary residence, you cannot get a drivers license in any other state until your status in your primary state changes. This even applies if you change your state of residence.
Suspensions are reported to the national center so you cannot obtain a license in any other state until you are first reinstate in Louisiana
No. All states share there DMV databases and honor each others drivers license restrictions
No, you cannot.
Yes, all fifty states accept drivers licenses from other states and even from foreign countries. If you move to another state and no longer live in Hawaii, you will eventually be required to obtain a drivers license from your new state showing your new address.
Nope. There is a national database that notifies other states of suspended licenses.
How can your license be suspended in a state where you did not have a drivers license at the same the suspension was issued?
A state can request for your state to suspend your license. Your state may or may not comply. If your state does not comply, the other state can still revoke your driving privilege in that state, and, if you're pulled over in that state, it is treated the same as driving on a suspended license.
It is unlawful to possess a drivers license or state issued identity card issued by any state other than the one in which you reside.
Releasing such information would aid in the counterfeiting of a driver's license. In other words, answering the question would probably be illegal.
No. A license from one state is good in any other state.
A California driver's license looks similar to many other state driver's licenses. The name of the state is prominent at the top of the card and the picture is on the left. Other details are covered on the right side of the license.
There is an international treaty (Multilateral Road Traffic Convention, the USA and states as a byproduct, signed this treaty in the 1960's) as well as a federal law (Drivers License Compact, replaced by Drivers License Agreement) that requires all states to honor licenses by other states and nations - however please note that not all states honor this agreement. Texas has been known to arrest drivers with licenses from other states, especially other nations; Kansas… Read More
The short answer.. none. States share DRIVER licensing information with each other and until you have satisfied the State where your current (or expired) DRIVER'S LICENSE is suspended, you will likely be denied being granted one from any other State. States also require you to be a RESIDENT of the State for a period of time before you can even get a license from that State.
NO, KY runs a 50 state check of driver's license records before issuing you one. If you lie on your application to the question "is your license currently suspended in any other state?" you will go to jail for a felony.
State ID, military ID, passport.
If you have a valid drivers license from one state in the United States it would be honored in all other states in the United States. If you move from one state to another you have a certain amount of time to get a license in the state you will be residing in.
A person who has a valid drivers licence issued by the country of U.S.A , should be allowed to drive in Texas as well as other states.
Probabaly not, states communicate with each other when you apply for a drivers license and show a previous address out of state. California will check Oregon records and advise you to settle any outstanding suspensions, court fees or court appearances in that state prior to you being eligible for a CA license. Also it is illegal in most states to possess more than one drivers license from more than one state, meanining you surrender your… Read More
If your drivers' license is suspended in any state, you may not legally drive in another one until it is restored. You should also know that driving with a suspended license will, among other legal complications, void the insurance on the vehicle if you have an accident.
Sure you can apply. The drivers license application in Oregon has the question: "Are you currently or have you ever had your license to drive or right to apply for the privilege suspended, revoked, canceled or refused?" You could lie and say no, but there are stiff penalties for lying on a drivers license application if you are caught. Another View: The questioner never said anything about the status of their drivers license, what they… Read More
No. Suspensions by any state or territory of the United States are recognised throughout the whole of the United States. No other state will issue you a licence during the period of your suspension.
Yes...other wise could be a big fine
If your license is valid, yes. The general rule is that if you have a valid license from any state, you are allowed to drive in any other. You will still be subject to any restrictions on your license, and also to the traffic laws of the state in which you are driving, though.
Yes. The state ID doesn't need a drivers license. You just need a birth certificate and other ID such as a phone bill or something with your name on it.
the Pennsylvania dmv will ask if you've had a license in any other state. and if it is currently suspended or revoked. you can lie and see if anything pops up in the computer. you won't get in trouble for lying to the dmv, you just won't get your license. but usually, no. another state will not give you a license if your suspended or revoked in another state. Added; It is against the law… Read More
I would imagine so. In order to get a new one, you have to turn in the old one or report it lost or stolen. The license is the property of the state. Technically, you can have more than one driver's license. If you apply for an International Driver's License, it works in the USA and other countries. You do not need to turn in your state license when you get the International Driver's License… Read More
No. I had my license suspended in MO. I tried to get my license in Alaska. I couldn't Added: All US states and territories have cooperation agreements (called "compacts") between them. A conviction and finding, or the status of a drivers license in one state is honored by every other state.
You have to get in touch the officials in Missouri in order to get a drivers licence in any other state...because other wise they will not issue you one
When teen drivers are in a state other than where the license was issued which teen driving laws apply?
As a general rule, whenever you are curious about what state laws apply, the answer will always be "the state that you are in".
Can the state constitutionally force Muslim women to remove their scarfs and other head coverings for their drivers' license photographs?
It depends on the specific state law.
Would a speeding ticket in Florida by a driver with Michigan drivers license result in points on the Michigan license?
Michigan will place points on a license for a ticket from another state. However, if the offense in the other state would have carried other penalties, including suspension, Michigan is not obligated to impose those penalties.
As a general rule the answer is No but there is one big caveat; namely, because of the computer systems used by most jurisdictions this information may well be received by other jurisdictions where you have a drivers' license and that jurisdiction may suspend the license. A recent situation in a municipal court I appeared in demonstrated a very similar situation. The defendant was in court to try to negate a guilty plea he had… Read More
Not unless you are a diplomat. Other than that it would be wise to apply for an International Drivers License which would be valid sufficiently long enough for a tourist visa visit in the US If you intend to take up temporary residence (student or temporary residence status) you will need to apply for, and pass, the state dirvers license exam of the state in which you will be residing.
Varies by state. C and D are the most common, but only CDLs are universal in classification throughout all states (they're federally regulated)... any other type of license, the state can set up classification as they see fit to.
If you have a drivers license in two different states and your insurance company only has one drivers license can they find out about a ticket on the other one?
Yes, if they run your information through the interstate system. When you apply for auto insurance, the insurance company checks your driving history via your name/dob/social security/drivers license number. The insurance company can see tickets/accidents recorded in other states and will base your insurance rate upon your driving history. If you have a drivers license in two different states, you are committing a crime in at least one state.
You don't need any drivers license in any state if you are never stopped by law enforcement. Kidding aside all states honor drivers licenses' fromother states as long as they are valid(not expired).