SAN AUGUSTINE, TX (KTRE) - The Texas Department of Public Safety is reissuing approximately 850,000 drivers licenses and IDs within the next couple weeks.
East Texan Peggy Fitzgerald was confused when she saw this piece of mail arrive at her door.
"I saw it was from the Department of Public Safety, and I figured it was a red light ticket," Fitzgerald said. "That's the only think of because I wasn't expecting a drivers license."
Upon finding her new license, her confusion increased.
"I compared the two, and they look identical," Fitzgerald explained.
The letter accompanying her ID explained the dangers of having two ID's on a person but said nothing of what had been changed.
"I believe they should have told us what the problem was because like I said, if I look at both of them, and they look identical, except for one little 'i,'" said Fitzgerald. "Why do I even need a new one?"
In an attempt to answer her question, Fitzgerald's daughter looked online.
"My daughter did a Google search and said there was supposed to be something about the 'i' next to the 'd, 'and I looked, and it is different," said Fitzgerald.