How much do state ID cards cost?

State ID cards are pieces of identification that you can have instead of or in addition to a drivers license. Generally, state ID cards are available to all ages of citizenry, even children, for a nominal cost with proof of residency and proof of identification.

$10 or Less $25 or Less $35 or Less Free or Discounted for Seniors
Alabama
x
$23
Alaska
x
x
$15; free for 60 and older.
Arizona
x
$12
Arkansas
x
$10
California
x
x
$24; free for 62 and older.
Colorado
x
x
$10.50; free for 60 and older.
Connecticut
x
$22.50
Delaware
x
$5
Florida
x
$25
Georgia
x
x
$25 for 5 yrs, $35 for 10.
Hawaii
x
x
$10 for ages 65 and up; $15 for everyone else.
Idaho
x
x
$7.50 for 4 yrs, $15 for 8
Illinois
x
$20
Indiana
x
$20; 65 and up or disabled, $10.
Iowa
x
$5
Kansas
x
$18; $14 for 65 & up.
Kentucky
x
$12
Louisiana
x
$21
Maine
x
$5
Maryland
x
x
$15; free ages 65 and up.
Massachusetts
x
$25
Michigan
x
$10
Minnesota
x
x
$16.25; $11 for 65 and up.
Mississippi
x
$13
Missouri
x
$11
Montana
x
$8
Nebraska
x
$26.50
Nevada
x
x
x
$6 for children; $12 adults; $7 65 and up.
New Hampshire
x
$10
New Jersey
x
$24
New Mexico
x
$5 for 4 yrs, $10 for 10 yrs.
New York
x
x
$9 to $14; $7 for 65 and older.
North Carolina
x
$10
North Dakota
x
$8
Ohio
x
$8.50
Oklahoma
x
$10
Oregon
x
$33.50
Pennsylvania
x
$12
Rhode Island
x
x
$16.50; 59 or older, free.
South Carolina
x
$5
South Dakota
x
$8
Tennessee
x
$12.50
Texas
x
$15
Utah
x
$18
Vermont
x
x
$15; $10 for disabled
Virginia
x
$10
Washington
x
$20
West Virginia
x
$5
Wisconsin
x
$28
Wyoming
x
$10
Washington DC
x
x
$20; free for 65 & up.

 

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