While I was traveling out West in April, my then-83-year-old father received a letter from PennDOT giving him 72 hours to send in his drivers license. A few days later, another letter arrived explaining that the reason was his doctors concern.
Along with that came the application for getting the voter ID card.
Upon my return and following his 84th birthday in June, the complaining, discussing and trying to find the required documentation even going to the fair and voicing my concern to the local politicians I decided to go to the local drivers exam station in Pleasant Gap to blow off more steam.
But once there, it took about five minutes. They looked him up in the computer and printed him a new ID good for four years for free.
J.P. Gardner, Pleasant Gap