"Having a driver's license is not a constitutional right, it is a privilege granted by individual states." I've heard this a million times and it's BS. We have a right to right to obtain a Drivers License based upon testing of our driving abilities. Once we pass the test we get our license, and that license can be suspended or revoked based upon criminal laws that have been proven to be violated, or we become medically unfit. But it is not a "privilege" granted upon us by any local, state or federal government. We are not subjects of the government, they work for us, and it is a their privilege, granted by us, that we allow them to administer driving licenses.
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