TUCSON, Ariz. - Anyone living in Arizona who's thinking about getting a Travel ID to replace their current driver license should consider doing that sooner rather than later.
This is all in preparation for the changes coming to ID requirements at airport security checkpoints and federal facilities coming in October, 2020.
In most cases, it's going to be valid for eight years, the application costs $25, and you must apply in person at an ADOT Motor Vehicle Division office. Also, this is the time to make sure you have the required documents to receive the new ID.
For more information and to apply for the new ID, head over to azdot.gov.