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Hi. Do you prefer one of these over the other?

Michael pulled out his wallet and handed his driver's license to the officer.

Michael pulled out his wallet and handed the officer his driver's license.

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anonymousDo you prefer one of these over the other?

No. To me they are equally good.

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Either. Note that in British English, 'licenSe' is a verb; in the UK we would refer to a 'driver's licenCe'