New Ohio driver’s license and I.D. cards rolled out

Ohio reveals a new design for its driver licenses and I.D. cards.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WYTV) – The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is rolling out a new format of Ohio’s driver’s license and state identification cards.

Effective Monday, Jan. 5, anyone renewing or applying for the first time will get the new cards.

Visible changes to include:

  • Blue/green card in place of the salmon colored card
  • Laminate on front of the card now contains the word “OHIO” and the year “1803” near the top of the card

Individuals holding a driver’s license or I.D. in the old formats are still valid until the card expires. Customers are not required to obtain a replacement card if they have the old format.

Anyone wishing to obtain a new driver license or I.D. card may do so by paying $25.75 for a driver’s license or $8.50 for an I.D. card at a local Deputy Registrar.

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