I didn't know there was such a license, but because I'm always so remote I just never cared to be honest. I've worked with the FCC goons at work, there aren't nearly as many of them as you think and getting them to actually show up and ticket someone who is legit interfering with signals is almost impossible. I work at airports and use a 2M to talk to the tower and aircraft, never took any test or licensing. LE/Fire/Mil...never took any tests. Even did a stint as a tow truck driver and used 2M...you guessed it no tests. It just seems absurd to me to have to go through all that to use "public" freqs that aren't interfering with any other users, and HAM doesn't interest me at all because the people I want to talk to are in my dust cloud or waiting at the next intersection.