As long as you do not become a NH resident, you are allowed to drive with a valid out-of-state license for as long as you like.Question Category
Click here to ask your driving related question.
New Hampshire Driver's License
No. Out-of-state Learner's Permit are not valid or recognized in New Hampshire.
New drivers and inexperienced drivers (especially teens) have a higher risk of being in an accident so insurance companies often charge more to cover this potentially risk.
You can renew your NH Driver's License in person, by mail or online. Generally, however, only people out-of-state can renew their license by mail, and your renewal notice will indicate whether you are eligible to renew online.
Yes. You will need to pass another vision test when you renew your NH License.
If your license is still valid, you do not have to take the NH Driving Exam. You will need to replace your out-of-state license with a NH License within sixty days. If you are under 18, you may need to take the NH Written Test and/or Driving Exam.
If you fail the NH Driving Exam, you will not receive your NH Driver's License. You will be able to retake the exam after ten days have passed, however, you should not rush retaking it after you have failed. You should pay attention to what your examiner indicates as your weaknesses, and you should work upon improving your driving skills.
After you pass your NH Driving Exam, you will receive a temporary license, which will you use, until your license arrives in the mail. This can take up to sixty days.
Yes. You must carry liability insurance able to cover $25,000 per person, $50,000 per crash and $25,000 property damage.
The documents that you will need vary depending on the insurance company to which you apply. Generally, insurance companies want you to submit proof of your identity, your driving record and information about the vehicle you would like to insure.