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Old 07-02-2011, 12:00 AM   #11
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Welcome to the new national ID card system. All in the name of big brother watching over you to make you feel safer.
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Washington is playing their ignorant and ill-informed constituency like an organ grinder plays his monkey. The monkey shuts up and does what he's told, as long as he gets his banana. There is no difference in Washington. They squander the blood sweat and tears of the hard working, tax paying Americans and lie to them when they're caught. Needing their ever-increasing supply of bananas, the trained monkeys will continue to dance for their bananas.
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Old 07-02-2011, 12:29 AM   #12
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don't know for sure.
but i have been told at the end of your DL number there is a 0 if something else it meant you were a felon, i have no idea as im not a felon and don't run with any known felons to ck to see
Ive got a zero on the end of my number, and I'm no felon
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Old 07-02-2011, 12:38 AM   #13
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The last number is how many people in the state of Florida have the same DL# as you when you got your license. In other words how many people have the same name as you.

If you have a very common name like James B. Smith you will likely have a number other than "0" at the end of your license.
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Old 07-02-2011, 01:19 AM   #14
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lol i have a -0 on my license as well and im not a felon
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Old 07-02-2011, 01:46 AM   #15
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Florida Driver’s License Number

Your Florida driver’s license number is based on your last name, first and middle initial, your birth date, and your gender. For instance, if Fred Q. Public was born on November 3, 1980, his license number would be: P142 – 255 - 80 - 403 – 0. We calculate this as follows:

First Field: This is the Soundex code (described in the book, pages 342-343) for the last name. In our case “Public” encodes to P142.

Ref: http://arrayplay.com/Soundex.aspx

Second Field: This is determined by the first name and middle initial. Specifically, numbers are assigned by the following two charts (first chart based on the web site http://www.highprogrammer.com/alan/: the source is not official so mistakes are possible):

In the first chart, if your name is specifically listed, then use that number. Otherwise, use the entry with your first initial. The second field is the sum of the two numbers. For Fred Q. Public, we add 240 to 015 to get 255.

Third Field: It’s the birth year, pure and simple.

Fourth Field: If the person is a male, then it is the 40*(birth month – 1) + birth day. Since November is the 11th month, we get 40*10+3 = 403 for the fourth field.

If the person is a female then we do the same calculation, only we add 500 to the end result. So if Fred Q. Public was a woman, her number would be 903.

Fifth Field: In the off chance that two people calculate to exactly the same driver’s license number, this number is used to distinguish them. The first person to apply would get 0, the second person would get 1, etc.

Ref: http://www.unf.edu/~ddreibel/idh2935/fla_drivers_number.doc
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Old 07-02-2011, 05:06 AM   #16
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Thanks Orion . thought I had become a felon.

had mine renewed online for the 2nd time in a row , good till 2019
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thanks TO ORION info was good to know
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