A driver’s driving license issued in Pennsylvania can also be mistaken for a state driver’s or license issued by the federal government.
It’s a common problem, especially in Pennsylvania, which has a total of 488,000 drivers.
It makes it difficult for people to quickly verify whether their driver’s documents are valid.
A number of drivers have told the The Washington Post that their drivers licenses, issued by PennDOT, are being used as a form of identification, even though they’re not legally issued.
Some of the drivers said they were unaware of the confusion until it was too late.
One driver, who has worked for the agency since 2012, said that the PennDot license is the only document that he or she has had in mind for several years.
He said he has used it for more than five years.
“I’ve been in the Army and been in law enforcement,” the driver, whose name was withheld, said.
“It’s very confusing.
You can’t tell if it’s Pennsylvania or something else.”
The driver said that in addition to being confused, he is now worried about the privacy of his personal information.
“There’s a lot of people who will look at my driver’s and say, ‘Oh, he’s in the state of Pennsylvania, and it looks like he’s Pennsylvania.’
It’s not a valid Pennsylvania license,” the person said.
Another driver, a former bus driver who also requested anonymity, said she was unaware of any confusion until recently.
“In my driver license, you can see the word Pa,” she said.
“[But] I have no idea what that means.
The PennDots license also has the word PA on it. “
When I go on the bus and the bus is not paying attention to me, I go out of my way to get to the next stop and to pay attention to the people who are not paying the attention.”
The PennDots license also has the word PA on it.
“What’s the problem?” she asked.
“How can you have a driver’s in Pennsylvania?”
In response to this story, PennDota issued the following statement: “PennDots licenses are issued by a number of agencies.
They are issued to drivers who are members of the public.
There is no confusion about the PennDs driver’s ID number, and no confusion with the driver’s identity in the PennDA ID card.
We are working to remove any confusion.”
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, which oversees PennDOTS licenses, also issued a statement: The Penn DOT is working with Pennsylvania’s Department of Safety and Homeland Security and the Pennsylvania Department the Office of Administrative Services to ensure that the Pennsylvania Driver’s License is correctly issued in a timely manner.
PennDotes is an independent agency of the Pennsylvania Division of Motor Vehicles and its issuing of driver’s permits is done through the Penn DOT’s Bureau of Driver Services.
In addition, Penn DOT issued a warning to the public on its website that any driver’s photo ID card issued to a Pennsylvania resident that has been lost, stolen or lost, will be destroyed.
Penn DOT also said it is investigating the problem and will provide more information in the coming days.
This story was produced by The Associated Press and Kaiser Health News, which is part of the Kaiser Family Foundation.
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