Yes. He died in 2007.
This depends on if the emergency signal lights are activated. It should be noted that even with emergency lights and sirens activated, ambulances are not allowed to exceed the speed limits. That said, if the ambulance has a patient in it, but the lights and sirens are not activated, a regular motorist can pass the vehicle but is discouraged from doing so.
NO! If you pass it, other people might and the patient might be affected.
If you are a US Citizen and are not traveling via a foreign country then you do not need a passport.
Puerto Rico is a territory of the USA.
No, Missouri drivers licenses are not yet in compliance with the Federal Real ID Act.
Yes go to the DMV and get a state issued ID. Its the exact same thing as a license physically, only difference is you arent allowed to drive
In most states you have about 30 days. Any thing past 30 days will be a fine.
Yes. Regulations issued by the United States Department of State, the federal agency in charge of issuing passports (of which, incidentally, Hillary Clinton is the head), acknowledge that your legal name is determined by the state and if your state recognizes same-sex marriage, then you are entitled to a passport in your married name.
The exact citation of the rule is "7 FAM 1359 Appendix C." (Follow link below and scroll down.) If you have any trouble from a passport agent, refer him or her to that regulation.
PILOT's license, or DRIVER's license?? You can pilot an aircraft with a suspended drivers license. One has nothing to do with the other. You cannot fly with a suspended pilot's license or you are in violation of FEDERAL law.
You are allowed 12 point on your licence in the UK, then your licence is revoked.
If you have had your licence for less than 2 year your limit is 6 points. Insurance companies and hire companies may either deny their services or impose severe financial penalties for your having points on your licence.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS FOR THE UK ONLY!?
No, you can not get a license anywhere in the United States if your driving license has been suspended for any reason. The reason being is that now the DMV has this nifty little system where they can see all the states you have had drivers licenses and what kind of driving violations have occured. Back like 5 years ago they didnt have this so you could have but now you cant.
These days with computer links the odds are good that it will follow you. Although it does depend on the technology the city/state where you got the ticket and where you are going to have at their disposal. Most insurance companies will run a motor vehicle report either right when you are quoted or when the application is submitted.
Not until you've met the conditions for reinstatement of your licence and driving privilege in Minnesota.
Probably driven to tears. Hope this helps :)
In NSW Australia, you get charged with Speeding, Driving without a licence, and probably driving an unregistered car with no third party insurance. This is because if the driver is not licenced the third party insurance on the car is void. An expensive pastime to say the least.
Yes there is for two reasons. Both states are members of the Interstate Drivers License Compact and of 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. The states in this compact exchange information on moving violations committed by nonresidents with the state where the driver resides, so that that information can be added to the record of the driver. Thus your out of state moving violation will appear on your driving record just as if it had occurred within your own state. In addition your state would probably add licensing and insurance points to your record. The Nonresident Violator Compact presently it consists of 44 states and the District of Columbia. States not included are Alaska, California, Michigan, Montana, Oregon and Wisconsin. This compact assures nonresident drivers accused of moving violations certain rights, such as freedom from being detained in the other state; however it also requires drivers to fulfill the terms of traffic citations received in member states or face the possibility of license suspension in their home state. If you fail to pay whatever fine is imposed in the other state, that state will notify your home state and your home state will revoke your license unless you take care of the out of state ticket properly. Note that the member states of one compact are not necessarily members of the other compact
For a CDL license it is not necessarily the points anymore. They have changed the law and now your CDL license will be suspended if you receive two serious CDL violations within a three year period. In addition, most companies will not hire you if you have one serious CDL violation or two other speeding ticket violations on your record. It is not the trucking company but their insurance carrier. If you have too many tickets, the insurance company will tell the trucking company that you cannot drive. A CDL driver needs to contest any traffic ticket. If you recevie one in your personal vehicle, it now counts the same as if you were in your truck.
You can't, until your suspension period is over and you've met all conditions for reinstatement of your licence.
No. State DMV offices can access your driving history automatically from every state. Even if you don't mention you've had a license in NJ, it would still come up in NC's database. I speak from first-hand experience.
No. All states honor each other's motor vehicle codes, regulations and court decisions.
Yes, Indiana drivers licenses are in compliance with the Federal Real ID Act.
You have to actually be a resident of any state you're getting a licence from, so, in order to be able to do this, you'd actually have to change your physical address. Even if you did this, it wouldn't do you any good if you intended to remain in the state of New Jersey - when your licence is suspended, your driving privileges in that state are suspended, as well, and you won't be permitted to drive in that state under any licence until you have your driving privileges reinstated, which can't be done until the end of your suspension period.
No. A licence is canceled when, for example, somebody moves to another state and gets licenced in that state, then the state they were previously in cancels the licence they held previously. No driving privileges are lost. Suspension is a different matter, altogether.