Thursday, June 2, 2011

Terrelle Pryor is back on the road.

Ohio State fans who were wondering how embattled Buckeye quarterback Terrelle Pryor was going to get around after his driver's license was suspended for lack of proof of auto insurance can relax. The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has reinstated Pryor's license after he provided proof that he indeed had auto insurance.

"The Buckeyes player visited an Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles office on Alum Creek Drive about 12:30 p.m. and provided proof he had vehicle insurance when he was stopped for a stop sign violation earlier this year.
 The BMV, which suspended Pryor's license after he previously failed to prove he was insured, then immediately reinstated his driver's license, a spokesman said."

The lack of a driver's license or proof of insurance hasn't stopped Pryor from driving, apparently,  but now he at least has two things on a growing list of incidents he doesn't have to worry about.

(via Columbus Dispatch)


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