A.   Possession Required; Restricted License:
      1.   No person shall operate any motor vehicle on the highways without having in his possession at all times, when operating such motor vehicle, an unrevoked or unsuspended operator's or chauffeur's license as required by the laws of the State, unless such person is specifically exempted from such laws by the provisions thereof. No person charged with violating this subsection shall be convicted if he produces in court an operator's or chauffeur's license issued to him and valid at the time of his arrest.
      2.   No person shall operate a motor vehicle in any manner in violation of any restriction that may be imposed in a restricted license issued to him with respect to the type of or special mechanical-control devices required on a motor vehicle or any other restriction applicable to the licensee as the State may determine. (1988 Code § 15-215)
   B.   Invalid License: No person shall operate a motor vehicle when his privilege to do so is cancelled, suspended, revoked or denied. The provisions of the Driver License Compact Act are hereby incorporated in this Title. Any person convicted of violating this subsection shall be punished by a fine as provided in Section 1-4-1 of this Code. Each act of driving on the streets or highways as prohibited by this subsection shall constitute a separate offense. (1988 Code § 15-216)
   C.   State Vehicle License: It is unlawful to operate a vehicle of any kind upon a street of the City without a State vehicle license as may be required by law or to fail to display the State vehicle license as may be required by law. (1988 Code § 15-217)