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I moved to a city in a different state (CA) and no longer have a car. Am I required to get a new license?

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  • I moved to a city in a different state (CA) and no longer have a car. Am I required to get a new license?


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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 21:43
you have 10 days to get a new id, new license(change of address)
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 21:45
Whether you have a car or not is not relevant to having a license. A license lets you drive a car. If you never drive a car then probably you don't need a license but you should at least get an ID card as many places want you to show a license or ID to use a credit card.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 05:49
Go ahead and get a CA driver's license before your CT license expires whether you have a car or not (you might rent, buy or borrow one someday). It's a widely accepted form of government issued ID. If you don't get a new license, you'll have to take the road test again and without a car, that's difficult. Don't worry about insurance - it's not a factor. You don't need insurance to have a driver's license. You only need insurance if you drive a car.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 06:02
No car means no license. Most people have a license as an ID. If you do not need and ID or have an alternate source, then no license is needed. How old are you? A license to drive a car is to be able to buy, insure and drive a car. No car means no license is needed.

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