The various states' departments of transportation "talk" to one another. Speak to an attorney who handles license suspensions and see if you can work out some sort of payment schedule.
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As a general, no, you would not be eligible for a license in another state. If, for example, you moved to Georgia and attempted to obtain a license, you would be ineleligible until you cleared the suspension in Tennessee.
Not likely. Most will require you to satisfy all license reinstatement requirements in another state before they will give you one in their state.
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Not a valid license.
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