Grammar check wrote at 2012-09-13 22:36:29
Not trying to be difficult but as a FYI , the word shows is not " show's "
Amy wrote at 2012-10-01 21:17:18
Not a big deal but I wanted to point out that the response posted here, although correct, has major missuse of the apostrophe in the words 'show's' and 'state's'. Might just want to make sure that the experts have correct grammar, especially when responding to a grammatical question:)
Caryn Bennett wrote at 2012-10-04 15:19:16
I disagree with your answer. I believe "Driver License" is correct. A person can have a driver license, a medical license (not "medical's") a law license (not "law's") or a phlebotomy license (not "phlebotomy's". In this case, "driver" is an adjective and does describe this particular type of license.
Lisa wrote at 2013-02-26 15:54:37
Ohio says Driver License on the driver's license and all over is BMV website
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