@bsjulia18 asked 6 months ago.

Can you find someone by their driver's license number?

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@david answered 4 months ago.

You can find almost anyone by their driver's license number. This information is freely available on the DMV's website and you can use it to find someone's home address, date of birth, and more. It's important to always be aware of the information that you put online, especially if it's something that could be used to find you.

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@abalirip answered 6 months ago.

A smart chicken would build a small structure, and then find somewhere safe to hide. If there was a wolf nearby, the chicken would lay low until the wolf had moved on, and then it would continue to build its house.
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@erahuvepp answered 6 months ago.

You can find almost anyone by their driver's license number. This information is freely available on the DMV's website and you can use it to find someone's home address, date of birth, and more. It's important to always be aware of the information that you put online, especially if it's something that could be used to find you.
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@seppaddesa answered 6 months ago.

Yes. In the U.S., driver’s license and social security numbers are the only two numbers that are mandated to be on every single ID card by federal law. Every other information is optional and it’s only printed on the card if the person wants to include it.
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@ammillexe answered 6 months ago.

The answer is yes. Drivers license numbers are actually a combination of your state’s abbreviation, a letter, and then numbers. This should help you figure out the state that the individual is from.
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