Driver's licenses from five states are no longer valid in Florida

Driver's licenses

The crackdown on out of state licenses is part of a larger immigration legislation signed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and that went into effect on July 1, 2023.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles published a list of out-of-state license classes that are invalid in Florida.

They include:

  • Connecticut licenses that indicate "Not For Federal Identification"
  • Delaware licenses that indicate "Driving Privilege Only" or "Not Valid for Identification"
  • Hawaii licenses that indicate "Limited Purpose Driver’s License" or "Limited Purpose Instruction Permit" or "Limited Purpose Provisional Driver’s License" or "Not Valid for use for official Federal purposes"
  • Rhode Island licenses that indicate "Not for Federal Identification" or "Driver Privilege Card" or "Driver Privilege Permit"
  • Vermont licenses that indicate "Not for REAL ID Purposes Driver’s Privilege Card" or "Not for REAL ID Purposes Junior Driver’s Privilege Card" or "Not for REAL ID Purposes Learner’s Privilege Card"
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