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Re: Collocation Access

  • From: Roland Perry
  • Date: Tue Oct 24 11:41:28 2006

In article <[email protected]>, Jim Popovitch <[email protected]> writes
Florida law, Title 13 section 322.32(2), "Unlawful use of license" says
"[i]t is a misdemeanor of the second degree ... for any person ... [t]o lend
his or her driver's license to any other person or knowingly permit the use
thereof by another."
That statute deals with someone else _using_ my license, but in no way
implies that my license can't be _held_ by someone else.   The title
clearly states "use". ;-)
At the risk of being over-pedantic, the licence cannot be "used" by another person for the purposes of driving a car because it clearly does not apply to them (but only to the named and pictured person upon it). So I'll ask again: what sort of "use" does this statute prohibit?
Roland Perry