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In the US, you don't need a valid drivers license if you are going to Co-drive. The only thing is that you cannot drive either the rally car or the service vehicle at anytime.

I've had personal experience, I lost my drivers lic. but had my photo ID in the van so I was still able to register and compete.

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>AND a valid 'regular' drivers license

Only "for any crew member listed as a driver" NRR I B.1

This implies that codrivers do not need a 'regular' drivers license.

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I normally run us through registration and I (the co-driver) have never been asked to show my driver's license.

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I stand corrected ... I have ALWAYS been assked for my drivers lic. and was told you needed one. But you're right - the rules don't require one, and there CAN be a co-drivers only lic. issued.

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Alright, thanks everyone! That would allow me to still do Sandhills as my first event instead of Sno*Drift and have time to register for a SpeedFreakz membership instead of a family one then buying a rally lic.

Now I need to find a driver for Perce-Neige, any takers? ;)

Thanks,
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OK - I took the radical and unprecedented step of ASKING CARS!!!

The policy is this: The rules do not require the co-driver to hold a drivers license.

Rally licenses don't normally distinguish between driver and co-driver, however, if you apply for a license and do not provide proof of a valid drivers license, your CARS license will be stamped "co-driver only"
 

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>OK - I took the radical and unprecedented step of ASKING
>CARS!!!

What, reading the rulebook isn't good enough? ;-)

>The policy is this: The rules do not require the co-driver
>to hold a drivers license.

Which is what the rules say.

>Rally licenses don't normally distinguish between driver and
>co-driver, however, if you apply for a license and do not
>provide proof of a valid drivers license, your CARS license
>will be stamped "co-driver only"

Actually, I don't believe Alex was asking about getting a CARS license, only about running CARS events on an SCCA license...

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>Right, so it's ok if I go up to Canada with my SCCA Club
>Rally lic. and enter a regional event in February, I can
>enter. Correct?

Yes.

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