by Karl Denninger
Some of the readers of this column have noted my commentary that I was leaving Florida.
Well, over a month ago, I did.
And, as is required by law everywhere, I changed my vehicle titles, registrations, and, of course, my Driver License.
All of these involved surrendering the former documents from Florida in exchange for the new ones. Normal, standard procedure. This isn’t the first time I’ve moved between states and I’ve never had anything odd happen before.
Until this time.
I get in the mail a document from the Florida Motor Vehicle folks threatening to suspend my Driver License because, get this — I canceled my car insurance. Of course I did; car insurance is a state-specific thing and even though I didn’t change companies the policy is still re-issued in the new state when you move.