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2018 Florida Statutes
DRIVER LICENSES Entire Chapter
DRIVER LICENSES Entire Chapter
Legislative intent; administration.
Florida Motorcycle Safety Education Program.
Driver improvement course; requirement to maintain driving privileges; failure to complete; department approval of course.
Drivers must be licensed; penalties.
Nonresident; when license required.
Digital proof of driver license.
Persons exempt from obtaining driver license.
Persons not to be licensed.
Department to forward certain information to federal Selective Service System; notification to applicant for certain license; application statement required.
Revocation or suspension of, or delay of eligibility for, driver license for persons 18 years of age or older convicted of certain drug offenses.
Mandatory revocation or suspension of, or delay of eligibility for, driver license for persons under age 18 found guilty of certain alcohol, drug, or tobacco offenses; prohibition.
Discretionary revocation or suspension of driver license for certain persons who provide alcohol to persons under 21 years of age.
Suspension of driving privilege due to support delinquency; reinstatement.
Mandatory surrender of suspended driver license and registration.
Youthful Drunk Driver Visitation Program.
Driver license expired for 6 months or less; penalties.
Instruction permits and temporary licenses.
Application for license; requirements for license and identification card forms.
Requests to establish voluntary checkoff on driver license application.
Application of minors; responsibility for negligence or misconduct of minor.
Traffic law and substance abuse education program for driver license applicants.
Release from liability.
Revocation of license upon death of person signing minor’s application.
Examination of applicants.
Periodic reexamination of all drivers.
Medical Advisory Board.
Report of disability to department; content; use.
Driver license examiners.
Driver license agents.
Licenses issued to drivers.
Color or markings of certain licenses or identification cards.
Color photographic or digital imaged licenses.
Use of a driver license or identification card.
License to be carried and exhibited on demand; fingerprint to be imprinted upon a citation.
High-risk drivers; restricted licenses.
Learner’s driver license.
Replacement licenses and permits.
Original applications, licenses, and renewals; expiration of licenses; delinquent licenses.
Change of address or name.
Records of the department; fees; destruction of records.
Records as evidence.
Admission of evidence obtained from the Division of Motorist Services.
License fees; procedure for handling and collecting fees.
Unauthorized possession of, and other unlawful acts in relation to, driver license or identification card.
Authority of department to cancel or refuse to issue or renew license.
Department may require reexamination.
Right to review.
Suspending privileges of nonresidents and reporting convictions.
Suspending resident’s license upon conviction in another state.
Suspension of license upon failure of person charged with specified offense under chapter 316, chapter 320, or this chapter to comply with directives ordered by traffic court or upon failure to pay child support in non-IV-D cases as provided in chapt
When court to forward license to department and report convictions.
Court to forward license of person adjudicated incapacitated to department.
Notice of cancellation, suspension, revocation, or disqualification of license.
Mandatory revocation of license by department.
Suspension of license; right to review.
Review of materials submitted by law enforcement officer.
Suspension of license; persons under 21 years of age; right to review.
"Habitual traffic offender" defined.
Authority of department to suspend or revoke driver license or identification card.
Authority to modify revocation, cancellation, or suspension order.
Ignition interlock device.
Automatic revocation of driver license.
Out-of-state sanctions; issuance of license.
Period of suspension or revocation.
Procedure when court revokes or suspends license or driving privilege and orders reinstatement.
Commencement of period of suspension or revocation for incarcerated offenders.
Surrender and return of license.
Driver improvement schools or DUI programs; required in certain suspension and revocation cases.
DUI programs supervision; powers and duties of the department.
DUI programs; assessment; disposition.
No operation under foreign license during suspension, revocation, or disqualification in this state.
Right of review.
Unlawful use of license.
Making false affidavit perjury.
Driving while license suspended, revoked, canceled, or disqualified.
Driving while license permanently revoked.
Permitting unauthorized minor to drive.
Permitting unauthorized operator to drive.
Employing unlicensed driver.
Renting motor vehicle to another.
Failure of person charged with misdemeanor under this chapter to comply with court-ordered directives; suspension of license.
Local issuance of driver licenses prohibited.
Construction of chapter.
Driver License Compact.
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles; duty.
Executive head defined.
Review of employee’s acts.
Nonresident Violator Compact.
Conflict with other laws.
License required; exemptions.
Contracts for administration of driver license examination.
Tests of knowledge concerning specified vehicles; endorsement; nonresidents; violations.
Possession of medical examiner’s certificate.
Disqualification from operating a commercial motor vehicle.
Driving under the influence; commercial motor vehicle operators.
Alcohol or drug testing; commercial motor vehicle operators.
Holder of commercial driver license; persons operating a commercial motor vehicle; driving with unlawful blood-alcohol level; refusal to submit to breath, urine, or blood test.
Driver license record exchange.
Vehicles permitted to be driven during driving skills tests.
Transactions by electronic or telephonic means.