Taking Your Teen To The DMV For Their Permit? Think Again!

By Trishia Ybarreche

Just when you thought the DMV lines and stacks of paperwork couldn’t get any more annoying, HELL ON EARTH, err, we mean the DMV has found a way to make themselves even more inconvenient. Starting July 1st, new drivers will have to provide a second form of identification rather than just one to prove they’re a California resident.

There are several choices of acceptable documentation that the DMV will accept, including any of the following:

  • Rental or lease agreement
  • Deed or tittle to residential real property
  • Mortgage bill, utility bills (which apparently can include a cell phone bill)
  • School documents
  • Medical documents
  • IRS return.
  • JACK FM sticker with your name illegibly scrawled on it

Okay the last one was a joke, but there are several other forms of ID you can also use. Luckily this does not apply to anyone who is renewing their license or applying for a duplicate/lost or stolen card.

Will this make it harder for your 16 year old to earn his or her permit? Is that necessarily a bad thing?

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