Does license # change with renewal where a photo renewal is also required because I really dislike my license number?
The beginning two numbers are a HUGE PET PEEVE OF MINE AND HAVE BEEN FOR TEN YEARS NOW. Thank you
But I’m not telling you what the numbers are.
How about if I move out of state, get a new number then return? Surely they’re not going to give me the same number, are they?
I can’t believe I’m really stuck with this. I always had hope that I could change it if I wanted to.
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
In most circumstances the first few numbers (and in some states letters) on your DL are specific to your age, gender, locale or other and even if assigned a new number you might still get stuck with the same beginning digits.
- RepubliKarenLv 41 month ago
So we get to guess . K . DP for double pen. Nah not 69 . and DP
- The TruthseekerLv 71 month ago
When you return, the state will issue a new license, but the same number will be used as the original you had for the state. The only time you get a new number is if you are a victim of identity theft or the state decides that you need it because they want to create a new identity for you. Such as witness protection program.
- PIELv 41 month ago
No, you cannot change your drivers license #.
BTW, is it 69???
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- Anonymous1 month ago
no, you will end up with the same number the rest of your life