Seniors with lifetime hunting, fishing licenses can have designation on W.Va. driver's IDs

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CHARLESTON, West Virginia — Senior citizens who have lifetime hunting, fishing and trapping licenses can have the designation added to their West Virginia driver's licenses or identification cards.

Called the Class XS designation, it's a partnership between the state divisions of motor vehicles and natural resources.

Similar ID opportunities are already available for veterans, hearing impaired people and organ donors.

Senior lifetime hunting, fishing and trapping licenses can only be bought at the DNR's South Charleston office. Applications to have the designation added to driver's licenses are available at DMV regional officers. Customers must show proof of the lifetime license.


Online:

http://www.dmv.wv.gov

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