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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

License valid in one state but not another?


License showing suspended in one state but valid in my home state?

Asked 7 days ago - Los Angeles, CA
Practice area: Government

License showing suspended in one state but valid in my home state?

Asked 7 days ago - Los Angeles, CA
Practice area: Government
I currently have a license in state A. According to my home state's DMV (state A) my license is valid, but in the state where I received my citation (state B), my license is showing a suspension due to no insurance. The no insurance citation I received was just over two years ago, so am I correct in assuming that if I never drive in the state where I received the citation (state B), that I can drive in my home state or any other state?

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  1. Answered This could be clerical error in either state. Depending upon if the states have an interstate compact agreement on traffic crimes, the insurance citation could make its way to your home state and have our license removed. I would consider getting your violation taken care of in state b so there is nothing hanging over your head.
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