Need help to locate the driver license number

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 07/17/2008 - 18:10

Hey guys.

I am an independence agent from Texas. Recently, I had issued two policies with Universal North America. The company requested a driver license from previous state and policy in pending cancellation. Anyone with any information of how to obtain driver license please help me out. You can contact me at john.tran[at] Thank you

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Posted: 17 Jul 2008 08:04 Post Subject:

How about asking the driver if he/she has any record of this information or can go to the DMV and obtain it.

Also, mentioning what state it's for would greatly help.

Posted: 18 Jul 2008 05:46 Post Subject:

Tcope has an idea, also contacting the DMV of that state may help you to locate the missing license. I wonder, how come the customer doesn't have the record of his/her earlier licenses? :roll:

Posted: 18 Jul 2008 06:38 Post Subject:

Provide the DMV with the information on the person like his/her date of birth and name. If the individual is a woman, the maiden of her may be an useful information if she has got married recently, as the DMV keeps track of the licenses issued to women with their maiden names. the VIN number can also help the department to track the record easily.

Hope the information was helpful.

Posted: 18 Jul 2008 01:42 Post Subject:

Hi ladyinpink..

the VIN number can also help the department to track the record easily.

This could be of real good help in case you're sure of it!
On the other hand if the woman is married & aged then it could pose serious problems for her I guess..

Posted: 18 Jul 2008 01:46 Post Subject:

I fail to see why the VIN of a vehicle would somehow help to obtain a drivers license number. Two different departments and two totally different things (vehicle vs person).

Posted: 19 Jul 2008 04:49 Post Subject: !!!Thank you everyone!!!

Thank you everyone for your advise...I had ask insured about their driver lisence from previous state but they do not remember. I try to call Iowa and Florida Department of Safey but they won't give it to me. Does anyone has any ideas of how to obtain driver lisence from those two would apprecitate. Thank you.

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