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Why does the state of Arizona allow their driver's license to expire after 50 years?
In my state the maximumis 5 years and then it has to be renewed. A new picture must be taken every 10 years. I think a 50 year expiration date is extreme. If you get your photo at 18 in Arizona on your license you would be 68 by the time you have to get another. This is not exactly a means of a great ID. Why do they allow such a lengthy time span?
You just explained it. If someone's license is good for 50 years, they will have to come back at 68 and attempt to get a new license. The question is: do they actually renew the license? It's an intelligent way of keeping the elderly from having license's. Honestly, I like the idea.
I do agree with lburmaster. It is not really a matter of having your photo taken to renew your license. Yes your picture may be outdated after a decade but Arizona has another way of making sure that your information updated and this is through personal driver records. Arizona still uses another type of ID for basic identification purposes. Besides, if you are a good driver, you no longer have to worry about license renewal. The usual problem is from getting it reinstated if you happen to land enough points on your license.
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