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Assuming you mean methamphetamine, then the answer is no. It is illegal to drive with any amount of methamphetamine in one's body. The main Minnesota law on driving while impaired (DWI) is Section 169A.20 subdivision 1: It is a crime for any person to drive, operate, or be in physical control of any motor vehicle, as defined in section 169A.03, ...


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There does not appear to be a straightforward official answer. The Road Transportation Administration Department states the rules for licenses, which include the following: (l) Required documents to apply International Driving Permit (IDP) (i) Valid domestic driving licence (genuine and ...


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Driving without a license in CA is what they call a "wobbler", either a misdemeanor or an infraction. As a misdemeanor it can be up to 6 months and $1,000. There is no special provision for driving with impaired vision, but the driving itself could be so bad that it constitutes reckless driving. If that happens in the presence of a peace officer, then a ...


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My son's eyesight is excellent, but when caught riding his motorcycle on the freeway in possession of only a provisional motorcycle license (freeway not allowed), the bike was towed to the impound lot. The charge was dropped when he showed he was entitled to the full license, even though he hadn't gotten the license upgraded. The outrageous tow and impound ...


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