I live in Southeast Michigan and there are two AA meetings I used to attend, that I really liked in Toledo 4 miles and 5 miles respectively south into Ohio from Michigan. Does Ohio recognize a Michigan Restricted License en route to and from these meetings should I go to them? I tried calling the Michigan SOS.... they didn't know and I can't find an answer after an extensive Internet search Thank you
Because Michigan and Ohio law is different, I would suggest contacting a lawyer in Ohio and/or the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles.
In addition to contacting the Ohio Licensing authority, you can re-post your question in the Ohio DUI attorney forum or use the "Find a Lawyer" tab at the top of the page to contact some attorneys in Ohio for assistance. Good luck.
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Each state recognizes driving privileges from other states. The exception is if you are prohibited from driving in that state for a separate licensing action taken by them. That is why we don't need to worry when driving state to state. Full faith and credit. I would also suggest that an issue may arise if a police officer does not understand your restricted license. I believe consulting with the Ohio DMV is prudent as in the Michigan forums lawyers are familiar with Michigan law not Ohio butter twenty years I have seen clients not have issues out of state with restrictions.
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