You're required to carry ID. It's the law. Seriously.I know a guy who has made it his goal to get a speeding ticket, but no luck yet. We do have this 25 mph zone where it's pretty easy to do 5 or 10 over, but he hasn't been caught yet.
That does bring up another question, though. If I was to get pulled over, it's likely that I wouldn't have any official ID. I just carry my name and emergency contact information. How would the police view this?
I can see carrying ID to be a good idea, but a requirement? Nothing in our state laws regarding bicycles says that ID has to be carried. Plus, I'm sure there are some cyclists who do not have a driver's license. What about that? I'm not trying to argue here, I just never knew that it is required to have ID with you at all times.You're required to carry ID. It's the law. Seriously.
thats interesting, here in britain...ooops sorry Great Britain, they are trying to get everyone to carry id cards but there is a massive opposition to this and the police state the goverment would like to have in place is a long way off...You're required to carry ID. It's the law. Seriously.
You need to be able to produce a state issued ID of some kind to legally buy alcohol. Most places I go know me, so I don't get carded often.what happens if you don't have a driving licence, like you can't drive?