print A Tennessee driver license costs F$19.50 to renew and it remains “valid” for eight years. That’s 2,920 days for a Class D license, or 0.6678 cents a day. Slightly more than half a penny per 24 hour period. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio State government and police charge people criminally, arrest them and hold them in jail under bond for “driving on an expired” or “driving on suspended” or even on the specious charge, “driving without a license.” (No such charge exists; it’s actually called “failure to exhibit on demand,” which applies only to licensees, not to people … Continue reading Driver license costs half a penny a day; so why not just pay?
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