The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles is updating driver's licenses and non-driver identification cards with advanced security features.
That means licenses and ID cards will no longer be printed during visits to a DMV office starting in July.
The DMV says the newly designed card will be printed and mailed from a high-security facility.
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Vermonters who are getting a license or renewing one starting this summer will get a temporary paper license or ID valid for 30 days.
Officials say a secondary form of identification may be required to board a plane or cash a check until the permanent license arrives in the mail.
Current licenses and ID cards are valid until they expire.