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Drivers license questions

Old Aug 17th 2001, 1:06 am
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Michael McGuire
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Ok,

The very not nice lady at the local office told me- she had to have her citizenship
*before* Alabama would issue a drivers license.

I left quite upset-because I know this is not true, but I do not know *how* to make
some desk jockey follow the rules. So, what are the rules...

We had a current passport, drivers license in Russia, Marriage certificate and a ss
card with her married name.

Someone suggested paying for an ID card and then going ......

Michael
 
Old Aug 17th 2001, 1:19 am
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Betastar
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Go to a different DL office in a different town.

Or...

Go to: http://www.dps.state.al.us/divisions.html#anchor259788

http://www.gotjokes.net/applications...river_app.html

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Old Aug 17th 2001, 3:10 am
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Michael Voight
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Michael McGuire wrote:
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Did this no nice and WRONG lady have a supervisor??

Michael
 
Old Aug 17th 2001, 3:38 am
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Michael McGuire
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Sup is on vacation for a week...

I'm going to a different couty. Madison is KNOWN for being jerks. They still have
the license's "payeable to Emmett Sanders". Seems like an easy way to siphon money.
Never been to a county before that puts the county money into a director's name....
very strange.

Michael

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Old Aug 17th 2001, 9:42 am
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Michael McGuire wrote:
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Don't get too hung up on the checks being made out to the county clerk...they do it
that way in KY also, and it does not mean a thing relative to siphoning money.

Alvena
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Old Aug 17th 2001, 12:07 pm
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In the movie I saw Madison County was known for its bridges.

Grinch
 
Old Aug 17th 2001, 5:05 pm
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I applied my driver's license in NJ.Pass the eye-vision test and written exam. I
didn't have any problems at all except that i have to wait for 3 months before i can
take the road test. I misplaced my driver's license in Spain (it was already expired
anyway) so i have to start from the beginning. My husband added me to our insurance
without a problem. Now all i need to do is wait till i pass my road test.

All they ask was my social security number and employment card. I applied the State
ID for temporary identification purposes while i am waiting for my driver's license.

Kris

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Old Aug 17th 2001, 6:35 pm
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If you have no DL, how did he add you to the insurance, aren't you an unlicensed
driver?? At least here, if you don't have a license, you don't need to be added
to the insurance. You can drive on a student permit and the spouse's insurance
would cover you in the car. When you get the license, then you have to get added
to the policy.

Michael
 
Old Aug 20th 2001, 12:33 pm
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Kris
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He sent them a copy of my learner's permit and a copy of my State ID. The number
assigned on both is gonna be my driver's license number. Anyway, before sending this
documents, he explained to them that this is not the first time i got a driver's
license and had been driving since i was at the age of 20. They accepted his word and
added me to the insurance. Hubby just bought me a car and he listed me as the primary
driver in this one. Paid additional amount for the new policy for both cars and
additional driver. Today am going to DMV to register my car. I guess every insurance
companies have their own policies. Am glad my husband had been with them for a long
time that there was no problem adding me to his insurance.

Thanks, Kris


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