"Well... That kind of depends. Several of the county tax collectors websites do use the word "sojourner." " Right, that could be, but not the State DMV or the Florida Statutes, which is where one normally would go to check state-wide laws. AFAIK
As to "snowbird" registration, I did put that in quotes for a purpose. Florida also used to have a "Snowbird" drivers' license until recently, they used that term in the license offices. It was a second dl, issued to snowbirds for internal use in the state of Florida only. Around 2012, the date of that web post, many state laws were changed and the "snowbird" licenses dropped in favor of just one "SecureID" compliant dl. Which got a LOT of people really incensed, as it required extra forms of identification and resulted in huge delays at offices issuing them. In contrast to other states which sometimes make SecureID optional when they offer it.
If you guys have a link to a State of Florida web site that is current (FL changes laws on Jan 1st and
July 1st, twice yearly, iirc) and calls it a "sojourner" anything, I'll believe it. I've been known to misread like a dyslexic drunk trying to read the stock quotes while on the Space Mountain ride. Even got the pictures to prove it.(G)