Pennsylvania Non Resident Permit to Cary?

Rating - 100%
12   0   0
Joined
Apr 30, 2007
Messages
144
Likes
5
Location
Worcester County
Has anyone reduced there PA permit down in a copier and laminated the permit, so it will fit in your wallet and be more durable? Would a copy be valid? On a side note it only took 4 days to get my permit back.
 
Rating - 0%
0   0   0
Joined
Mar 12, 2008
Messages
3,170
Likes
251
Location
Live Free or Die
i don't think anyone would be OK with copies of any permit.

I carry a copy of my NH resident P&R. When the copy gets ragged I make another copy of the original. I have yet to find any NH laws prohibiting it. If it is not prohibited by law it is legal. I don't know if there is anything in PA law preventing one from using a copy of the issued license.
 
Rating - 100%
16   0   0
Joined
Jun 1, 2009
Messages
2,839
Likes
426
Location
North Shore, MA :(
Joel that teaches the Utah CCW class said that PA - you can laminate and reduce the PA non resident license. This can be confirmed by calling their department who issues them. They are very flexible.
 
Rating - 100%
1   0   0
Joined
Dec 2, 2005
Messages
947
Likes
41
Yes, I have, but when you reduce it to be small enough to fit in a wallet, it's almost too small to read.

I suggest making it just small enough to fold in half and laminate it with thin plastic.
 
Rating - 100%
12   0   0
Joined
Apr 30, 2007
Messages
144
Likes
5
Location
Worcester County
Same goes for the NH resident permit. the NH non-res permit is a nice plastic card. Since my resident fee is still $10 and the non-res is now $100 I guess I can't complain. I don't think the plastic card is worth the extra $90.

I was surprised when my nonresident NH permit came back as a plastic card, when I renewed it. When did NH raise the Non Resident permit fee to $100?
 

Reptile

NES Member
Rating - 100%
116   0   0
Joined
Dec 13, 2006
Messages
22,582
Likes
13,457
Top Bottom