Can you have both a Permit and Non-Drivers ID in Texas?
My friend was told at the DMV in Universal City, Texas that she can either have one, not both.
- Anonymous5 months agoFavorite Answer
That is correct - one or the other but not both.
- RICKLv 75 months ago
My son had both a State ID and a State DL , not sure if the law has changed or not
- EdnaLv 75 months ago
I suppose that by "non-driver's ID" you're referring to a the ID card issued by the State of Texas.. At one time, you could have both a driver's license and a State ID, but not anymore. That was changed a few years ago, and now you can have one or the other; but not both.
- ScottLv 65 months ago
Nope, you can have only one form of state issued identification.
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- car253Lv 75 months ago
The permit may be proof of ID. That may be why you don't need both.
- JetDocLv 75 months ago
YEAH.... SO? What's your point?
- MayLv 55 months ago
If the DMV said it, it is true