The driver of the borrowed car, if At Fault, would be liable in this case. If no report is filed, either with the police, or their insurance company, most likely no one would be held liable.
If you've misplaced your license, then you need to obtain a duplicate. If your drivers license was suspended, you are expected to stay out of the drivers seat until you are able to get your license again.
If your drivers license is revoked in one state, can you get a drivers license in another state?
No you cannot get a drivers license in Florida if you have had your license suspended in another state.
No, you cannot.
Move to NC, establish residence, go to the Drivers License Office with your Florida license, proof of residence, another form of ID, and money.
No. All of the states employ a "one driver license, one road" system. This means that when drivers license is suspended in one state, you cannot get a drivers license in another, until the problem is resolved in the original state.
No. Not until your license is reinstated in your state. No state will give you a license until you clear that up.
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. Federal states that if you have a CDL in one state, you cannot have any other drivers license in any other state.
Yes, as long as you have property where you have the license from.
can I exchange my Florida drivers license for a wisconsin drivers license
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.
None of them.
Legally you may posess only one drivers license and that must be issued by the state you reside in. All state DMV's share their drivers license and court ruling information with one another.
The short answer to your question is yes. As long as your drivers license is a full drivers license and not a learners permit you are allowed to drive in all 50 states reguardless of where your license is from.