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Old 08-31-2018, 09:14 PM
 
Location: chicago illinois
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I surely hope someone has an answer for this......
a retired serviceman (going on 1 yr) goes into DMV in Richland/Jacksonville to renew n.c. drivers license. the driver's license has Fla address (his mothers) that was used during his active duty in the military, and i suspect this license had expired. somehow he talked the DMV into giving him TWO drivers license. one with his present and longtime residence address in n.c. and another with one of his relative's address in Fla...not the mother's address. this vet does not own any property in Fla. I have searched, researched, re-researched, and re-researched the re-research for both n.c. and Fla. he says it's a n.c. dual drivers license. after all the research there is no doubt that n.c. does not have dual drivers license......however, Fla does. but he is in North Carolina. in as much as no one was with him when he went to talk to the DMV agent how did he pull this off without any supporting paperwork for the address in Fla? both drivers license were mailed to his n.c. address one with the Fla address showing his picture of 8yrs ago and the n.c. one with a new picture. now he says he will have to go back to n.c. DMV to get a recent picture on his Fla driver's license and all will be well in the old town tonight! he was not re-tested nor did he have any supporting paperwork showing he has property in Fla.

As this is none of my business I should just let it go but so help me I can't and it's driving me crazy. now it seems that he must designate one of these addresses as his primary living address and as such whichever he chooses his vehicles must be registered at the primary address.

Does anyone have an answer for this???????? PLZ !!!!!!!
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Old 09-02-2018, 10:34 PM
 
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I surely hope someone has an answer for this......
a retired serviceman (going on 1 yr) goes into DMV in Richland/Jacksonville to renew n.c. drivers license. the driver's license has Fla address (his mothers) that was used during his active duty in the military, and i suspect this license had expired. somehow he talked the DMV into giving him TWO drivers license. one with his present and longtime residence address in n.c. and another with one of his relative's address in Fla...not the mother's address. this vet does not own any property in Fla. I have searched, researched, re-researched, and re-researched the re-research for both n.c. and Fla. he says it's a n.c. dual drivers license. after all the research there is no doubt that n.c. does not have dual drivers license......however, Fla does. but he is in North Carolina. in as much as no one was with him when he went to talk to the DMV agent how did he pull this off without any supporting paperwork for the address in Fla? both drivers license were mailed to his n.c. address one with the Fla address showing his picture of 8yrs ago and the n.c. one with a new picture. now he says he will have to go back to n.c. DMV to get a recent picture on his Fla driver's license and all will be well in the old town tonight! he was not re-tested nor did he have any supporting paperwork showing he has property in Fla.

As this is none of my business I should just let it go but so help me I can't and it's driving me crazy. now it seems that he must designate one of these addresses as his primary living address and as such whichever he chooses his vehicles must be registered at the primary address.

Does anyone have an answer for this???????? PLZ !!!!!!!
What's the question?
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Old 09-03-2018, 05:57 PM
 
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What's the question?
I'm guessing it's the sentence that precedes the first question mark in his post.
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In as much as no one was with him when he went to talk to the DMV agent how did he pull this off without any supporting paperwork for the address in Fla?
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Old 09-03-2018, 06:38 PM
 
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I'm guessing it's the sentence that precedes the first question mark in his post.
There appear to be a lot more questions than that. None of which seem to be important enough to continue here. Good night.
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