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Why do we let them do this to us in PA?
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Warpt762x39;50562 Wrote:AZ also puts PA to shame when it comes to drivers license expiration dates. In PA it expires after a few years. In AZ it expires on your 65th birthday. I used to love getting carded after I moved back to PA. Everyone was shocked my card didn't expire until 2049 lol

Yes when I would visit family in other states on more than one occasion people have thought it was fake because of that. I actually lost mine once too, price to get it replaced $5! I'm sure in PA it would be like $35 and I'd have to fill out all kinds of forms and whatever else. Most of the areas don't have emissions testing either.
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Warpt762x39;50562 Wrote:AZ also puts PA to shame when it comes to drivers license expiration dates. In PA it expires after a few years. In AZ it expires on your 65th birthday. I used to love getting carded after I moved back to PA. Everyone was shocked my card didn't expire until 2049 lol

That's awesome! Just out of curiosity, how much does a DL cost in Arizona?
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snakeman21;50592 Wrote:
Warpt762x39;50562 Wrote:AZ also puts PA to shame when it comes to drivers license expiration dates. In PA it expires after a few years. In AZ it expires on your 65th birthday. I used to love getting carded after I moved back to PA. Everyone was shocked my card didn't expire until 2049 lol

That's awesome! Just out of curiosity, how much does a DL cost in Arizona?

Depends on your age.

http://www.azdot.gov/mvd/DLInfo.asp
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Warpt762x39;50596 Wrote:
snakeman21;50592 Wrote:That's awesome! Just out of curiosity, how much does a DL cost in Arizona?

Depends on your age.

http://www.azdot.gov/mvd/DLInfo.asp

Damn, AZ DL's are CHEAP! I think I payed $40 for a 4 year license... They want $25 for a license that lasts almost 50 years!
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#25
I want to know why I can't have a drivers licence and an ID card. It pisses me off and I don't understand the reasoning behind it.
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ExcelToExcel;50608 Wrote:I want to know why I can't have a drivers licence and an ID card. It pisses me off and I don't understand the reasoning behind it.


What? I have both. Maybe it's just the PennDOT office you went to.
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ArcticSplash;50612 Wrote:
ExcelToExcel;50608 Wrote:I want to know why I can't have a drivers licence and an ID card. It pisses me off and I don't understand the reasoning behind it.


What? I have both. Maybe it's just the PennDOT office you went to.

Me too.
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#28
snakeman21;50601 Wrote:
Warpt762x39;50596 Wrote:Depends on your age.

http://www.azdot.gov/mvd/DLInfo.asp

Damn, AZ DL's are CHEAP! I think I payed $40 for a 4 year license... They want $25 for a license that lasts almost 50 years!

That's because AZ doesn't have as corrupt a government as PA that does shit like create the "temporary" Johnstown flood tax of 1889 and require hunting permits to use state shooting ranges as well as finding other inventive ways to steal it's citizen's money. If my job would allow it I would love to move back even though I was born and lived most of my life here. It's amazing what it's like when the government stays out of your business in general and doesn't try to jerk you every chance they get. Joe Arpaio's prison system is entertaining as well.
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#29
There aren't many actual shooting ranges in AZ. Only two outdoor ones i can name are Ben Avery on the west side of Phoenix and Rio Salado/Usery Pass on the east end. There are a few indoor ranges like Caswell and Scottsdale Gun Club. Most people find an out of the way stretch of desert to shoot. We used to go to an old mining area to shoot.
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Warpt762x39;50760 Wrote:There aren't many actual shooting ranges in AZ. Only two outdoor ones i can name are Ben Avery on the west side of Phoenix and Rio Salado/Usery Pass on the east end. There are a few indoor ranges like Caswell and Scottsdale Gun Club. Most people find an out of the way stretch of desert to shoot. We used to go to an old mining area to shoot.
Yeah instead you can just use BLM land with a sufficient backstop rather than having to drive half way across the state to get to a 1000 yard range.
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