Call the police and report it. * The custodial parent has the legal right to refuse visitation to the non custodial parent if it would place the child or children in jeopardy of harm or neglect. DO Not call the police. Contact the attorney who handled the custody case or if that is not possible contact the state's department of family and children's services for assistance.
No. It's not just the license that's suspended, it's your right to have a license.
DUR means Driving Under Restraint, it applies when someone drives with a suspended license, drunk, without possession of a license, minor driver's license so on.
This teenager did not get a license from the non-custodial parent. He got it from the State. And if he is licensed and resides in your household, your insurance company needs to know. He just might have to drive you to the ER or something.
Yes, if your son doesn't have a license, he has no business driving. Take off the insurance unless someone else drives it. If your son was the only one driving it, it would make no sense to insure a car just in the dirveway.
All drivers in all states are registered with the NDR or otherwise known as National Drivers Registry...all states use this system to identify mainly problem drivers...repeat drunk driving offenders or speeders. They also use this system to find out if you have any unpaid traffic tickets or unpaid child support. This system allows them to suspend your license in any state for any state. In other words a person who drives without insurance in one state and had their license suspended can't go to another state and get a license or permit for that matter....or drunk driving suspensions...or unpaid traffic tickets...etc etc.
Yes she drives a ford eascape hybrid
Well....he drives a car, so yes.
actually yes but she still drives sometimes.
When he finally drives well enough and earns it, which will probably be never.