By pissedandpoor - 15/04/2016 17:50 - United States - Meadville
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Hey, if you don't absolutely need to drive then don't renew it until then, just use public transport. Most cities have month-long charges. Also this is based on the assumption that you don't drive every day so if that's the case then disregard my comment. FYL
Yeah I wouldn't carry your ss card in your wallet just incase it ever goes missing. Best to leave it at home where it's safe and only take it when you need it.
I think they automatically mail you a new license when you turn 21, you don't have to do anything.
Ydi if u keep ssc in wallet; way too risky to carry it around; irreversible damage when your identity gets stolen; u can always make more money or put a stop or dispute stolen credit cards; u can get another license; but your ssn with dob on your license equals identity theft in which the law can do little to help u; youre so young and this will follow u around for the rest of your life; i hope the best 4u
Who carries their social security card in their wallet? That's just dumb man
#89 and if that wallet were stolen, someone could easily access your resources. A fake ID, a forged signature, and the last four digits of your social security card could give someone access to your bank accounts, loans from banks against your credit, and new credit cards in your name. So I would advise stopping that practice.