Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security to Roll Out Vertical Licenses to People Under 21-Years-OldVertical License/Id Will Identify People Under 21-Years-Old
KNOXVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security joined by Tennessee Senators and Representatives along with Representatives from the Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association will announce the roll out of vertical driver licenses and identification cards for people under 21-years old. Vertical licenses will make it easier to identify people under the age of 21. After turning 21-years-old, any licensee may obtain a horizontal printed license or ID.
Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally;
Senator Becky Duncan Massey- District 6;
Senator Richard Briggs- District 7;
Representative Eddie Smith- District 13;
Representative Jason Zachary- District 14;
Representative Rick Staples- District 15;
Representative Bill Dunn- District 16;
Representative Roger Kane- District 89;
Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security – Commissioner David W. Purkey;
Assistant Commissioner of Driver Services- Lori Bullard;
Director of Driver Services- Michael Hogan.
Rollout of vertical driver license and ID for persons under 21-years-old.
Monday, July 2, 2018
2:00 p.m. EST
Calhoun’s On The River
400 Neyland Drive
Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s mission is to serve, secure, and protect the people of Tennessee.