My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: Kentucky
My name is Kelly. I live in Russel Kentucky. I am married and I got married in December
of 2011. I work in Ironton, Ohio at subway and my husband works in Ashland.
Here is my problem. I need a drivers license. Like I said I work. and its not very close to
where I live. My husband drives but there is no way that we can continue rushing for us both to
get to work on time with only one driver. I am not in school, more did I graduate and according
to the no pass no drive law in Kentucky minors can not obtain their driver's license without being in or finishing school, or getting a GED. But there's no way I could get my GED without a license
due to our work schedules. Anyway, I just moved to Russel which is in greenup Co KY.
I moved from Ashland KY where I called the Boyd Co courthouse which is where you get
your permit up here. and I told them my situation and I also told them how my husband
should be leaving. for the military and I would have no way to get around. She told me it was fine
and because I was marries the no pass no drive law didn't apply to me. So the next day I go in they told me my husband couldn't sign for me (because I'm a minor someone has to sign for me) and then informed me. since I live in Greenup Co I had to go to that courthouse. So I called the Greenup Co courthouse and some lady told me that I would not be able to get a license because of the no pass no drivwlaw. None of this is making sense. I have my own place a job a car a husband but I can't have a license. I don't believe this is true. The experiences I've had with courthouses here have not been good.
Every times I speak to a different person I get a different answer. Please help me. I'm just trying
to make it in life.