A Class 1 driving license in the United States is only used in Connecticut and South Dakota. A Class 1 driving license refers to a non-commercial motor vehicle in Connecticut and a car, light truck or other non-CDL vehicle in South Dakota. Class 1 is more widely used in Canada.
In the United States, driving licenses are categorized by state, and letters are often used. For example, many states use Class A, B, C and D. In Canada, numbers are more common. In Quebec, a Class 1 license refers to a heavy vehicle combination license, similar to a CDL used in the United States.Learn More
A car title is a paper document that contains vehicle and owner information and provides proof that the named person on the title owns the listed vehicle. A vehicle owner must have possession of the title before selling or transferring ownership of car.Full Answer >
No, it's not possible to use the vehicle identification number (VIN) to determine a vehicle's color. Every car has a VIN, which is a 17 character combination of letters and numbers that reveals information about the vehicle.Full Answer >
To apply for a trade plate, or professional plate, you must already have a registration sticker and a regular series plate issued by DMV. You can apply online, through regular mail or in person at the DMV.Full Answer >
An international driving permit is obtained through the American Automobile Association or National Automobile Club by filling out an application, providing photos, showing a valid U.S. driver's license, and paying a fee. Only the AAA and NAC are authorized by the Department of State to issue international driving permits.Full Answer >