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Last Post 09/14/2008 10:33 AM by  Tom Toll
Texas License Questions PLEASE?
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09/12/2008 4:53 PM

    I know we're all super busy right now, but I'm hopeful that someone will pop their head in and maybe at least have a link I can seek for info:

     

    What is the current policy of the TDI on non-resident licenses?  Can't seem to locate any information on that now, specifically with regard to a non-licensing state like Ohio.

     

    Also, what is the TDI policy towards DUI offenses?

     

    TIA for all help.  It is appreciated!

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    09/12/2008 9:04 PM

    Call TDI for licensing info. I don't think you can get a TX license w/ a DWI

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    09/13/2008 11:05 AM

    http://www.tdi.state.tx.us/licensing/index.html

     

    If the DUI was a felony, it could bar you from licensing.  Only they can tell you.

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    Tom Toll
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    09/14/2008 10:33 AM

    DUI OFFENSES. Sounds like more than one. I suggest firstly, you quit drinking. Secondly, call Texas DI and keep your fingers crossed. I have no sympathy for DWI's or DUI's.

    Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
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