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Los Angeles Times – What Travelers Must Know for 2018

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Whoever said “The more things change, the more they stay the same” was not a traveler, based on what you’ll see in 2018. Here are 18 things on the travel horizon.

1. Your new (maybe) driver’s license
Beginning Jan. 22, you can apply for a California driver’s license that will be compliant when airplane-boarding ID rules change Oct. 1, 2020.

If you want the new license — and DMV emphasizes you don’t need it to drive legally — you will need certain forms of identification that you can find at that prove your identity, your Social Security number and your residence.

Because the list can change, check the CADMVdox page, the DMV notes.

The license costs $33, the same as a regular license.

Read more at the Los Angeles Times.

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