BALTIMORE (AP) — The Motor Vehicle Administration is ready to issue new, secure driver’s licenses.
The agency said in a news release that beginning Monday, the new licenses and ID cards will be issued for all learner’s permits and new ID cards, and for licenses/ID cards renewed via web, kiosk and U.S. mail.
Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn said in a statement that officials strove to ensure these documents can’t be counterfeited.
The MVA says the new cards include multiple layers of security to help prevent identity theft and fraud and will arrive in the mail within 7 to 10 business days.
If a customer’s current license or ID is valid and not up for renewal, they don’t have to do anything until it’s time to renew.
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