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Cards Issued December 2018 - July 2020
Cards Issued Mid-2007 - April 2019The photograph is on the left side, rainbow colored lines and laminate extend to the edges of the card, and the plastic is thinner but stronger than previous versions. Signature is located on the back of the card.
Interim cards for driver licenses and ID cards are printed in black and grey on blue security paper. They have the same data as the final card, including barcodes. The type of card is listed in the shaded bar directly under the word "Oregon."
Note: Many government agencies and businesses, such as the Transportation Security Administration and Social Security Administration, do not accept the interim card as proof of identification. Check with the agency or business before you go to find out what documents they will accept.
Cards for Minors
Cards issued December 2018 - July 2020
Cards issued to minors feature a vertical layout to clearly identify customers under the age of 21. Cards include the dates the customer will turn 21 years old and 18 years old inside a red box on the right side of the card. The date the customer will turn 18 only appears when the customer was issued prior to their 18th birthday. The photograph is on the top left side with signature overlaid beneath.
Cards issued mid 2007 - April 2019
Cards issued to minors include a red border around the photo with dates the customer will turn 21 years old and 18 years old. The date the customer will turn 18 only appears when the customer was issued prior to their 18th birthday. The photo is on the right side of the card instead of the left.
Each card issued includes information that clearly identifies the type of card and the cardholder’s privileges. The color of the header bar at the top of the card varies depending on the type of card. Heading titles and header bar colors for cards include:
Oregon's digital driver license and ID cards offer several features that improve security and prevent fraud:
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