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(Friday, January 29, 2010) -- Mayor Mufi Hannemann today announced that the City and
He said the new cards are in compliance with federal regulations. Driver license offices statewide will began issuing the new licenses on Monday, February 1.
“There are 615,000 licensed motorists in
The new license has more security layers making it difficult to copy. The increase in cost for production of each card is approximately $1 more than the existing $3.50 during the eight-year contract period. The fees are as follows:
25 to 71 years of age – 8 years = $24
17 to 24 years of age – 4 years = $12
72 years of age or older – 2 years = $ 6
The cost to obtain a duplicate is $5.
Current driver licenses are still valid and will be phased out in 2018. They may be renewed six months before their expiration dates. The last redesign took place in January 2005.