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The newest form of electronic technology, enhanced drivers licenses are part of helping to speed up the process of travel outside the U.S. for travelers traveling by land or sea. Though not valid for travel by air, an enhanced license will cost you less than getting a passport card and will get you in and out of the U.S. to Canadian and Mexican Borders. Learn more about the enhanced drivers license and if it is right for you in this Travel To Go Reviews on enhanced drivers licenses.
Available in four US states, this new technology combines the functionality of a Passport card with a U.S. drivers license. Current states issuing the enhanced drivers license include:
* New York
Also issuing are the Canadian provinces of:
* British Columbia
Approved under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative or the WHTI, it is the first of its kind and was only introduced in 2008. Using radio frequency identification (RFID) capability, a machine readable zone – optical character read (MRZ-OCR) and contains multiple layers of overt, covert and forensic security features to protect your security.
How To Use Your Enhanced Drivers License
1. Stop at the beginning of the lane & wait for a signal. While stopped, you and all passengers should pull out required travel documents. Wait for a sign to proceed forward. At some ports of entry, you will see a green light signaling you to go. If there is no green light, proceed when the vehicle ahead clears or the officer signals.
2. Hold card up & drive through to booth. While driving through the lane, you and all passengers should hold travel documents up so that the flat face of the cards show through any window on the “driver’s side” of the vehicle. RFID-enabled cards will be automatically read while traveling down the lane. Proceed all the way to the booth.
3. Stop at officer’s booth. Stop for inspection at booth and be prepared to show the officer documents for all travelers in the vehicle.
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