Vermont issuing enhanced driver’s licenses next month

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Starting early next year Vermonters will be able to get special driver’s licenses that will enable them to enter the United States from Canada without a passport or other supporting documents.

The first few enhanced driver’s licenses will be issued next month to VIPs.

Vermont Motor Vehicle Commissioner Bonnie Rutledge says the new licenses cost $25 more than regular ones.

Anyone applying will have to present extensive documentation to prove their identity and be interviewed by a motor vehicle employee.

On June 1, travelers entering the U.S. by land or sea will need an enhanced driver’s license, a passport or special passport card issued by the U.S. State Department.

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