These Drivers Licenses Soon Won’t Be Valid Airport ID

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    If you have a driver's license from New York, Louisiana, Minnesota, or New Hampshire, you may soon need a second form of ID to get through Transportation Security Administration checkpoints. This comes after the Real ID Act was introduced in late 2013, which set the security standards for government issued IDs. Unfortunately as a result, IDs from some states are considered non-compliant. In the last phase of its implementation, IDs from those states may no longer be valid for getting through airport security. Via Road Warrior Voices: The post These Drivers Licenses Soon Won’t Be Valid Airport ID appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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