Beginning October 1, 2020

The federal government will no longer consider standard driver licenses and identification cards as sufficient forms of identification for air travel.

TSA will require a federally compliant driver license, identification card or another acceptable form of identification (such as a US passport or military ID) to fly within the U.S.

FYI.. Renew Early

Ohio Driver Licenses and Identification (DL-ID) cards issued prior to July 2, 2018, will not be accepted by Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) after October 1, 2020. Consider renewing early if you want to have a driver license or identification card that is federally compliant.

If you want to be able to use your DL-ID to board a plane after October 1, 2020, renew early and follow the guidelines for issuance of a Compliant card.


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