(a) The Division of Motor Vehicles may not issue a driver>s license to a person who holds a valid license to operate a motor vehicle issued by another state or jurisdiction subject to a reciprocal agreement governing the licensing of drivers operating commercial motor vehicles or party to a reciprocal driver's license exchange agreement with this state unless or until the applicant surrenders to the division the foreign license, or the person has signed and submitted to the division an affidavit to the effect that the person has surrendered all valid licenses issued to him or her by other states or jurisdictions. Any surrendered license issued by any other state or jurisdiction shall be destroyed or at the discretion of the division retained by the division and the division shall notify the original state of licensure that the person who surrendered the license has been licensed in this state. It is unlawful for a person to possess more than one valid driver's license at any time.
(b) Every driver shall, within thirty days after taking up residence in this state, apply to the division for a driver's license as prescribed in this article. For the purposes of this chapter the presumption that a natural person is a resident of this state is based on the provisions of section one-a, article three, chapter seventeen-a of this code. The division may assign the driver's license class, type, endorsements or restrictions based on the applicant's prior licensing status, age and the type of licensing system used by the state of prior licensing.
(c) All other applicable provisions of this article relating to issuance, fees, expiration and renewal of licenses, and driver examination of applicants apply to this section.