I regret that I cannot help you. I'm not a private detective, I don't have access to various state license databases. I'm just a number encoding enthusiast. As far as I know no state encodes information like place of employment or home address in their number. I simply have no information or skills that can help you.
Maybe. I don't have access to various state license databases. Everything I know about calculating driver's license numbers is available here. If I don't have information on a state, or it's listed as being out of date, I have nothing to add.
You're planning on asking a stranger on the internet to help you commit fraud. That action is almost certainly across state lines, putting into the jurisdiction of the FBI. To receive your fake ID, you'd need to provide a photograph of yourself and a mailing address that the FBI could stake out. I might be an FBI agent and this entire site could be an elaborate sting operation. The NSA is collecting most of the email sent over the internet, is capable of searching it easily, and shares that information with the FBI.
No. I don't make fake IDs.
I have never made fake IDs.
I have far better things to do than risking prison so 18-year-olds can go to bars.
Frankly, I'm disappointed that your best strategy to get drunk is to ask strangers on the internet for help.
Not really. In all likelihood any state not listed uses non-coded numbers, which is to say that the numbers are arbitrarily assigned. If you have reason to believe a state's numbers do encode information, I'd love to hear from you! See the last question for my email address!
Not really. To the best of my knowledge, these states moved to non-coded numbers, which is to say that the numbers are arbitrarily assigned. If you have reason to believe a state's numbers do encode information, I'd love to hear from you! See the last question for my email address!
Sorry for all of the bother; I get a depressing amount of email about the above, and it's getting to be a nuisance. My email address puts the word "webemail" in front of the @ sign, and "highprogrammer.com" after it. Sorry for the nuisance; I get a lot of spam and this slightly helps stem the tide.