How do I move with a restricted license?

I have to have a ignition interlock on my car for 6months. Problem is I don’t have a car and wanted to move to another state and just do my 6months there but I hear I can’t get mg license in Georgia until I get a license in Washington first. What’s the best way of doing this without losing a lot of money?

Asked on August 1, 2012 under Criminal Law, Washington

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

The best way to do the move that you need to do is to have a friend rent a moving van and you accompany the friend who is doing the drive on the move. If you drive, you need to make sure the interlock device is in place on the vehicle.


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