A licence (or license) ALLOWS you to drive a car. It does not REQUIRE you to drive a car.
Yes as long as you aren't driving.
Depends on where it happens. In California, the vehicle can be forfeited (as in taken forever) if the person driving it has a prior for driving without a license.
Police in the UK can hold your license as long as is necessary to complete their investigations.
The same as if you were driving with an in-state license, so long as you're driving on an unrestricted license in good standing from the state of issue.
It takes on average 6 months to get your driving license.
You will have your license revoked for 1 year.
in most states you have to wait 6 months after you get your learners permit to get your license.
You will have to log at least 120 hours of supervised driving in New South Wales with your learners permit before you can attempt the driving test to get a license. A minimum of 20 hours of night driving is required. Night driving hours are between sunset and sunrise.
Yes a South African driving license valid for US. As long as you have a valid driving license from South Africa, United States will honor it and you will be allowed to drive.
Nz Restricted Licence is for 18 months, but if you sit a defensive driving course, they'll knock 6months off