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You cannot be licensed to drive in more than one state. Since you have a WA license, that is the one you would need to provide to rent a vehicle or if you were stopped for a traffic violation. The fact that you now have WA license is stored in a national database. Therefore, any restrictions on your WA license need to be adhered to while driving out of state. And, if you have a WA wavier for company driven vehicle that would also apply in Fla, if you are there on business only and if you adhere to any restrictions as they apply to driving only for employment purposes while there, etc
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