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Moving and Driver's Licenses

21Jul 2009

Moving and Driver’s Licenses It’s easy to overlook the important factor of drivers licenses when you’re moving to a new state, with your mind preoccupied with all the nuances and details of the move itself. But it’s always important to check with the Department of Motor Vehicles or DMV for any new rules that might apply in your new state. State driving laws differ depending on where you are, so it’s always important to keep yourself updated on any changes, exams, or additional requirements you need to fulfill to be legally eligible to drive a vehicle in a new state. This is especially important if you plan on driving to your new home, which means that you’ll have to make the necessary changes beforehand. Things like the minimum drivers age limit is often an issue for young people, who often overlook state driving laws when they move, only to find out that while in the state that they came from, they’re already allowed to drive, but in the new state are still underage. Be sure to look up all the requirements needed before committing yourself to driving a vehicle. It is also recommended that you take any qualifying exams (and study for them of course) before you really move into the new neighborhood. This will make for a more hassle-free move where you don’t have to worry about driving while in an unfamiliar territory.

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