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Chester road license - A term used by rural nova scotians, particularly in the valley region, to describe a fictional type of drivers license used by motor vehicle owners or operators who do not own a valid drivers license of any kind or currently have the license suspended and may or may not be intoxicated at the time of operation.
The term is believed to have originated in the late 1990's after an increase of traffic offenses occurring on the section of highway 14 connecting Windsor, Hants County, and Chester, Lunenburg County.
Chester road license
- "I have the right to travel sir, this is my automobile. This is not a motor vehicle, its private property."
- "Tow the car. I don't give a fuck. You can't take my Chester road license."
- "Yeah just let me get the stereo, and I'll grab the battery right quick too for the next one. Alright thanks guys see you next time."
- "Everyone has a Chester rd. License. Its part of who you are, its in your soul and I don't care how much you have to drink You can't suspend a mans soul."