When you are classified as a Habitual Traffic Offender, you become eligible to get a license after a 5 year suspension. Clear up whatever you need to in Florida then you will be able to get a license else where. Your question about whether or not you can get a license in Texas should be asked to Texas license attorneys. Change your location and re-post to get answers from Texas. However, all states will honor a court ordered suspension. Good Luck
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If your license is suspended in Florida, it is unlikely you will be able to get one in Texas until you clear up that suspension. Most states are part of a compact that prevents forum shopping by suspended drivers.
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If Texas and Florida share a compact you will not be able to get dl in Texas. Ask a Texan lawyer or DMV in Texas.
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