Without valid identification, Montanans will soon no longer be allowed to fly commercially
|March 12, 2017||View for printing|
Possessing a Montana driver's license means you're legally qualified to operate a motor vehicle, and it's the go-to document that most Montanans reach for when cashing a check at the grocery store or proving that they're old enough to buy liquor.
But on Jan. 22, 2018, Montana's state-issued driver's license will no longer be accepted as a valid form of identification if you plan to board a commercial aircraft.
Instead, you'll be required to produce a passport or some other form of identification that complies with Real ID, a 2005 law that sought to boost security by mandating nationwide standards for driver's licenses and other forms of identification.
By TOM HOWARD firstname.lastname@example.org
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