||[Jan. 20th, 2010|08:32 pm]
The Question Club
Okay. SO. I have a crazy roommate who has many issues, and one of them has to do with her driver's license. Bear with me as I explain this situation. |
She was born in California and moved to Florida in high school. She got her driver's license while in Florida, and therefore has a Florida license. She moved back to California and finished high school there, after "illegally emancipating herself from her mother" (I don't know what this means and choose not to ask). She then LOST (yes, physically lost. not like in court, but left it somewhere or some shit) her license almost a year ago, and has not gotten a new one. (Yes, I know, ridiculous.) She is almost twenty and never renewed her license (I don't know what this means for a Florida license, but where I'm from, Wisconsin, you have to renew it around 19). She has no personal issue with driving without a license, but the practical people in her life are forcing her to get one. SO:
Since she A.) is no longer in the state in which she got her license, B.) it's spotty which state she's actually a resident of, C.) she has not has a physical license for months on end (lost license), D.) has obviously changed address, E.) we have no idea what her 'permanent address' should be (she has a school address and her mom's address but the whole illegal emancipation thing makes it shoddy), F.) should probably have renewed her license a year ago, WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP?
Do we just go to a California DMV and register for a new license? What are the complications because of A-F? I'm going to call the DMV tomorrow, but if anyone can give any help before that, please let me know.