12-08-2002, 11:51 AM
i am doing my final project for my marketing class on the varrying ways identification cards are made(particularly drivers licenses), but i am finding contradicting information on colorado and i can't find anyone in washington that has a colorado id. i need to know what the back looks like. i have also found information that says the drivers license is a hard plasic and others say it is just laminated. pics would be oh sooooo helpful for my visual aid.
12-08-2002, 02:42 PM
BTW, if you're just looking to fake an id, go with Maine- it'll be far easier than CO. If you really are working on a project, you could call any CO DMV and ask them.
12-08-2002, 02:53 PM
Your photo, all data, signature, etc. is printed out of a computer onto photo paper, then placed into a pocket laminate edge-sealed card. The top is a thin clear-plastic film, state seals printed across it. The back of the license is a credit card weight white plastic card, with a scanner-type magnetic stripe across the top, and an area below to fill out organ donor info, and also change of address information.
12-08-2002, 02:55 PM