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In Ohio, an individual is not permitted to hold an Ohio driver license and an identification (ID) card at the same time. Having an ID card issued will cancel a driver license, requiring the applicant to retest if/when he or she applies for a new driver license.
Ohio ID cards are valid for four years and there is no minimum age for obtaining one. Applicants must provide proof of:
Click HERE for more information about acceptable documents.
Ohio Revised Code: 4507.50
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