Section 32-6-4.1


Published: 2015

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Section 32-6-4.1

Section 32-6-4.1Special nondriver identification cards - Issuance; fees; expiration.

In addition to the drivers' licenses and nondriver identification cards provided for in Section 32-6-4, the Director of the state Department of Public Safety shall promulgate the necessary rules and regulations for the issuance of special nondriver identification cards. The Department of Public Safety, judge of probate, or license commissioner may charge only the cost to the Department of Public Safety and the county fee, if any, for the issuance of a nondriver identification card for any person 62 years of age or older. A mentally or physically disabled or legally blind person who is incapable of obtaining a driver's license shall not be charged a fee, except the county fee for the issuance of a nondriver identification card nor shall the card have an expiration date, except as provided by rules and regulations of the Director of the Department of Public Safety.

(Acts 1984, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 84-815, p. 248; Acts 1995, No. 95-522, p. 1057, §1; Act 2006-554, p. 1271, §1.)