I guess they are just doing more through searches. :roll: They wouldn't want to commit a gross dereliction of duty by following the text of the law, now would they. :roll: :evil:Malum Prohibitum said:These sort of reports always makes one wonder what is going on in the more populous counties, since the blame is always cast elsewhere than upon themselves.
$20 for an Alabama license but you have to get a new one every year so that is $100 for five years so the GFL is actually cheaper. Your Alabama license is probably still good in Alabama and other states until expiration, but you need to look the law up, I do not know for certain.Lomcevak Duck said:Glad to hear it won't take me long to get it done here in Houston county. I just moved here from Alabama and the long wait periods I've read about are rediculous. In Alabama I paid $20 and got my CCW in six days. After the first time it was just a matter of bringing the $20 fee to the Sheriff's office and they'd print you a new one while you waited.
On a similar note, do I need to have a Houston county driver's license before I apply for GFL, and is my Alabama permit still valid until expiration date, or is it invalid as of my address change?