Occasional when someone tries to build a better mousetrap, he winds up creating more problems.
Such is the case with the digital driver’s licenses unveiled in 2003. At the time, adding digital photographs and thumbprints seemed like a great way to protect the identity of drivers. And it was - until it was time to get one renewed.
According to a recent report by the Associated Press, the new software that compares driver’s license photos has problems, in that it doesn’t always recognize the photo of the person renewing a license.
"No, no, no, you have to get that stamped over at Information Adjustments!!!"