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I don't think that you can drive anywhere :(

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No. A suspended license is suspended in all states.


If your license in suspended you can't legally obtain a driver's license anywhere else in the USA.



Ohio had suspended your license. That means you already have one and cannot get another legally.


Nope. There is a national database that notifies other states of suspended licenses.


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If your license is suspended in one state, you cannot get in another. There is a central database that all states access before granting a drivers license to another person.


NO! Once your license is suspended in one state, it is also suspended in all other states.


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None. All states work together. And you cannot get a drivers license in a state in which you do not reside.


Until you've met the conditions for reinstatement of your license in West Virginia, none.


No. If your license is suspended in Massachusetts, the Mass. Registry will flag your record in the NDR. The State of Washignton will check the NDR prior to issuing you a license and see that you're suspended in Massachusetts. They will not issue you a licesne unless and until you a get a clearance letter from Massachusetts. Basically, if you're suspended in one state, you're going to be denied a license in all other states. Otherwise, someome could apply in different states to avoid a suspension consequences. Attorney Brian E. Simoneau


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Suspensions are reported to the national center so you cannot obtain a license in any other state until you are first reinstate in Louisiana


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The simple answer is none. Even without the suspension, as a Michigan resident, you're only eligible to be issued a Michigan licence.


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My brother did...I don't see why not, but things probably vary from state to state. hot off the presses... It depends upon the states involved and whether they belong to the Interstate Drivers License compact and/or the Interstate Nonresident Violator Compact. The Drivers License Compact consists of 45 states and the District of Columbia. States not included are Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee and Wisconsin.


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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.


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