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Driver's licenses, ID cards may be made wrong

Security holograms should be present on your Oklahoma driver's license and ID card. (Source Oklahoma DPS) Security holograms should be present on your Oklahoma driver's license and ID card. (Source Oklahoma DPS)
Security holograms should not be on the backside of your cards. (Source Oklahoma DPS) Security holograms should not be on the backside of your cards. (Source Oklahoma DPS)

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO) –The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety says some Oklahoma driver’s licenses and ID cards were made incorrectly.

The problem with some of these cards is where the hologram is located. The security feature should show up on the front of the cards, but in some instance the hologram is on the back or nowhere.

Everyone is asked to check their Oklahoma issued driver’s licenses and ID cards to check for the problem. DPS says the cards are still valid, but it will likely cause delays when using them at airports, banks or federal buildings.

If you have a card that doesn’t have the holograms on the front, you are encouraged to return to the tag agency, motor license agency, where it was issued. A corrected card will be issued at no cost.

If you don’t remember where you got the card, look for the four-digit number printed in the top right corner of your photo. That number corresponds to the tag agency, and you can find out which one it goes to here.

If you have questions, call the DPS Driver License Help Desk at 405-425-2020.

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