In Alabama if you drop out of school and get your GED can you keep your drivers license?
well, legally you can't drop out of school until you are 16 years old in alabama. However, if you are 16 and haven't gotten your driver's license you must be enrolled in school to be qualified to take the test. Otherwise you have to wait until you are 18 to even take the test. If you already have it and drop out, you will still keep it.
after your 18 years old0
If you already got it then yeaahhbut if you dont then the answer is NoIf you are younger than 18 and have dropped out, you cannot get your driver's license. If you have your driver's license and then drop out, the license will be revoked and you will be driving illegally.
Yes, you can. Your driver's license is not dependent upon whether or not you attend(ed) school.
No. Florida law does not allow teen-agers under the age of 18 who drop out of school to enjoy driving privileges. Even if you have already obtained your license, if you quit school, your driver's license will be revoked.
no you should not because they threw away their education why not throw away their drivers licsens too
no you just don't get good education.There is no reason for it to be revoked. Dropping out of highschool and your driver's licence are completely different things.
When you get a drivers permit after ropping out and getting your GED how long before you can get your license?
Your education has nothing to do with you getting a drivers lincese. As long as your old enough to legally drive in your state and can pass the drivers test there is nothing to stop you from getting it.
Can you get your Illinois drivers license the day before your 16th birthday if you completed your high school drivers ed class and passed your test?
No, you have to wait until your birthday. Once you have had your permit a minimum of 3 months and are at least 16 (Illinois state requirements), you can go to the local driver license examiner and take your road test.
They are mutually exclusive. In the UK when you apply for a licence you are issued with a provisional one. When you have taken and passed your driving test this is re-rated to full. The only way you can hold both is if they apply to different categories of vehicle.
Get it inspected when you get back to your state. Law Enforcement does not generally concern themselves with out-of-state inspection stickers.
i dont think so but im not a lawyer.just check on getting a restricted licence if u have a legitimate reason for driving,like work.here this should tell you more about it http://www.ltsa.govt.nz/licensing/car/restricted.html
Answer: State laws differ, but, in general, you cannot possess two different state's driver's license at the same time.Normally, you need to be licensed in the state that you are considered to have permanent residency in and that license would be good to use throughout the United States to drive ...
yes you can get a driver lic but you will need to go back to court and ask them for a work permit or a permit to drive your disable mother or father to the doc but you will need to show doc orders that thay can not drive them self do to health as for work permit you will need to show work hours a...
Acually no, it will just get towed.
Yes but you just can't drive it.
Do the math! When do you turn 16 (your birthday)? On that day (or the next) you can apply.
I think, you should be able to get your driver's license earlier, in Ontario. In Alberta teens get their license at the age of 14, so i think Ontario teens should be able to do the same thing. If you have completed Driver's Ed with over a mark of 80%, you should be able to drive with a parent unt...
Once your drivers license has expired, it IS illegal to drive/operate a motor-vehicle in any state. If your license has been suspended/expired for longer than 1 year, you will need to re-take the written portion of the driver's test and the eye exam. Driving without a license is a serious offense...
If you are in the military and you don't have your drivers license yet you live in South Carolina can you get your drivers permit or drivers license in South Carolina I live on base in SC?
If you have orders showing that you've been stationed there for 30 days or longer, you're considered a resident, and qualify to apply for a licence in that state.
Distressingly, there is no process to suspend driving privileges for students who already hold a license or permit if they drop out or miss too many days of school.Teens usually graduate high school at age 18, but, in many states, the law merely states that they have to attend until they're 16 or...
In most states it is sixteen but other states it is seventeen but i have no idea about Ohio try checking Google.
You must have had your permit for at least 6 months and you must be 16 years old to get your license.
Depends on your states driving regulations and rules. Search Google and go to your states DMV web site. Use the term "Your State DMV"
I dont think there is a way you could have a valid US Social Security card. Without a valid SSC, you cant get a license.
The first step to getting your license is to get your instruction permit.Because you are under 18, your permit and driver license are called, "Provisional." This means you have additional restrictions placed on your permit and driver license that adults (18 and over) do not have.
In Oregon must you wait six months to get your drivers license even if your 100 hours of permit driving is complete and your 16?
Yes.Look on page 3 in the Oregon DMV Manual.You must have had your permit for 6 months in ADDITION to either 50 hours driving withcertified drivers Education class, or 100 hours driving without a certified drivers Ed course, if you are under 18.
If someone steals something from a store and gets in your car and someone from the store gets your license plate number.can you the driver be prosecuted?
If you knowingly help a thief escape a crime scene, of course you can charged.
Absolutely a possibility. Same is true with an expired license. If you are alone, there is no legal way for you to drive it and it could be towed, especially if leaving it in that present location presents a traffic hazard for other vehicles.If there is another licensed driver in the car, they mi...
Yes. You can register a vehicle but you can't drive it on public roads.
Reinstating a suspended license, in Montgomery, Alabama, will cost $125. In addition to any other fees. The $125 must be paid before the license is reinstated.
As Long As They Can Read And Write And Pass The Written Driving Test And The Driving Test Itself, Yes.Even Though They Have Dropped Out Of High School Having A Car Is A Very Important For A Teenager To Have As Up Coming A Responsible Adult. So I Say YES If They Can Be Responsible.
Less than 6 months the web site states the DMV can renew it for a fee right there.The answer is “yes” you can take the test even if your permit expired.In fact you don't even need a permit to get a license if you're eighteen or older.No, you need to have a current and valid permit.
No, only 14 or 15 year old minors can apply for a hardship license. Each state has different rules about this subject but they all will deny a minor of 12 or 13 years old.
Yes you can.All licenses are issued on the state level, so if you move to a different county in the same state, you can renew.If you move to a new state however, you must exchange the license for the license in the new state.You can renew it at any DMV office in the state of your license.
None, so long as the Missouri suspension is currently active.
The time frame varies depending on the state the person lives in. Some states they don't need to wait any length of time other they can have to wait up to six months.
If you are under age 16, you cannot drive in New York State, even if you hold a permit or license issued by another state.Make sure your learner permit or driver license is valid to drive outside your home state before you drive in New York State.
What can you do if charges were dropped and the case thrown out for traffic stop How do you get your car back from tow yard?
Pay the towing and storage fees then get a lawyer.
Yerp. Go on down to Ye Olde DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) with your birth certificate and as many other forms of identification you can find with a parent or legal guardian, sit in line with a bunch of weirdos for like an hour, and request to take a test when you get up to the desk.I'm not e...
Im 20 years old and you have a California Commercial Drivers License can you drive out of California with your dad if he have a 5 years Commercial Drivers License?
He can drive outside of the state. You, however, cannot until you turn 21.
No. you must have a valid licence on hand while driving. Cops WILL bust you for that.
Nope. The DMV usually tries to update you as much as possible for ID purposes.
I was wondering if I the owner of the vehicle get suspend do to non compliance of insurance would it be that the co-owner be able to purchase tags for the car in his name since he owns it to.
You have to be 15 years and 3 months of age. You also have to have your driver education certificate. Once you have had your license for 9 months, have completed driver education,, and are at least 16 years and 3 months of age.
15 years old in the State of Texas you can get a learners permit. This enables you to drive as long as there is a licensed driver above the age of 18 in the car with you. At 16, you can then get a driver's license. With certain met criteria, you can get hardship license at 15, to give you the abi...
You have to pay taxes on the car where you register it.
In California, you can reinstate your license by (1) paying all of your unpaid parking tickets in full, (2) paying a license reinstatement fee, and (3) appearing in Court.Contact your local DMV to learn how you can reinstate a suspended license in your state.
Yes, you can still get your license at 16.
Washington requires that all drivers under the age of 18 take a local driver education course either through the public school system, if offered, or through an available commercial driving school. At this time there is NO provision for a parent taught course.
You Cannot Get Your Car Out of Impound Without Car Insurance Once that mandatory period of time is over, you can pick up your car, pay the impound fees, and drive it home – but only after you provide proof of ownership, proof of insurance, valid ID, and other paperwork.
All states that I am aware of require you to get a driver's license for that state when you become a resident, so you can't live in a state and legally continue to use a driver's license from some other state. Also, you're required to register your car in the state where you live, so you can't le...
No you can't. If you loose your right to drive in one state, you loose the right to drive in all states too.
You already lost your license, now you lost it longer.
There's no law that requires a person to have a valid driver's license in order to purchase a vehicle.It's also perfectly legal for a lender, such as a bank, auto finance company or credit union to give you a loan for that vehicle if you don't have a license.
No, unless you are holding them at gun point and making them speed, or if everyone in the car just broke a law and is trying to escape the police
Points can only be added to your license if you are the operator of the vehicle during the violation. If you are driving the bus, pay attention to the road. If you are a student, you may continue to tweet as you were.
Insure Your License.This type of auto insurance allows drivers to insure themselves to drive most owned and non-owned vehicles.This is a great option for drivers who switch vehicles often and find it impractical to be listed as an additional driver on the owner's policy.
at your driver license office. or internet at http://www.gorenew.com
If you relocate at 16 before you get your license but have had your permit for a year do you have to get a new learners permit and if so how long until you can get your license?
If you relocate to a different state you will have to get a new learners permit. However, if you relocate within the same state you do not need a new learners permit.
If you had a drivers license when you got the dwi then the state your licensed in is now in the process of suspending your license.Usually, yes, but it really comes down to what agreements are in place between the two states.
The DMV would run your name and SSN and see that your license was suspended and wouldn't let you get another one and may even call the cops.You will need to wait X numbers of day's sometimes 1 year or more to be able to get a new one
It is possible with some states, but not with every state. If you have a CDL (Commercial Drivers License) which gets suspended in one state, there is no state or territory of the US in which you'll be able to get licensed in while your license is suspended.Also note that the state which suspends ...
If over sixteen how long do you have to wait after getting your learners permit do you have to wait to get your actual driver's license in Georgia?
usa wide you can get ur learners permit at 15 1/2 so go get it
What happens if your interim drivers license expires before receiving your actual license in California?
Then you can not legally drive.If you don't receive your permanent license within 10 days from the licensing office, go to your local licensing office and find out why. Sometimes there is an incorrect address. You might have to pay for a new license if you don't contact them immediately.
I live in oregon I have never had my licence and i have a dui, the DMV still lets me register and tag my cars
If you lose your Florida driver license and need a replacement license, where do you apply for it?
So to most directly answer your question - no, you can't have a motorcycle drivers license at all, because they don't exist.In general, it is not possible to have valid drivers licenses from two states.
I know lots of people who have done it in Australia.
You can go beg the government and start crying. By:Amitoj Rehill Calgary, Alberta, Canada
They do not have to start the graduated licensing process again from the beginning.21.When an out-of-state student transfers into a Kentucky school, do grades and absences from other states apply? No, the law is not reciprocal and applies only after the student enrolls in a KY school.
Not much info to go on but you could have a large vacuum leak in bank one.
yes as long as your a resident of kansas now its a different state.
They drop it everywhere like all birds, but don't retain it in their mouths until they reach a target.
If so, you may not legally drive in any state because you, essentially, have no license, period.On the other hand, if your license is suspended by ANOTHER state, they are not technically suspending your license, only your driving privileges in THAT state.
When your license gets suspended for a DUI or some other traffic violation, it's often possible to obtain a hardship license for driving to and from places like work and school.A restricted license allows a motorist to drive to and from certain places while on an otherwise suspended license.
If you are over the age of 16 1/2 you have to hold a valid permit for 60 day before you can take the driving test.
in PA the licenced driver must be 21 or older
In the US, there isn't a specific motorcycle license - you get an "M" endorsement added to your drivers licence. So yes, you would need to have one.
Overview.You can apply for a provisional driving licence when you're 15 years and 9 months old.You can start driving a car when you're 17.You can drive a car when you are 16 if you get, or have applied for, the enhanced rate of the mobility component of Personal Independence Payment ( PIP ).
As you can see, there are very limited circumstances where not having a valid driver's license will allow you to insure a vehicle.For most of the adult population it is not possible to get auto insurance without a driver's license.
No, you must be 16 years old. No exceptions that I am aware of.
Nope. Gotta have a Maryland license.
How do you get your Tennessee drivers license if your under 18 and have not had your learner permit for 180 days but need your license to get to college?
Check to see if you qualify for a hardship license
Depends. If you're in the military it's not a problem, but if you're a civilian you must switch over your drivers license.
To get an intermediate license in Florida you must be at least 16 years of age and have your learner's permit for 1 year without any traffic convictions.If you have received a traffic ticket while driving with your learner's permit, you may be able to take traffic school to avoid a conviction.
I dont know about other states, but in Michigan you can take the drivers test at age 18 without having taken a drivers ed course. I have a friend who did it that way. You still have to pass all the written and practical tests, however. They may have changed that law since i was 16, though.
According to the official US government website, International Driving Permits in the United States can be obtained only by the residents.Therefore, if you have a tourist visa, your valid national driver's license and the permit, you can drive in the United States without any limitations, except ...