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All states require you to have a current driver's license from your home state, and current registration and proof of insurance must be carried in the car at all times in all states. You should consider finding out about the traffic laws of the states you will be driving in, as not all traffic laws are the same in all states. Example: some states allow right turns at red lights, others do not.

Call your local DMV office to ask about the laws in the states in which you will be driving. If they don't have the information you need, call the DMV in the states where you wish to drive to inquire about legal requirements.

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Q: What is the policy for driving a car in another state?
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