Minnesota drivers can now get an enhanced drivers license.
The new IDs allow residents to go to Canada, Mexico, Bermuda or the Caribbean without a passport. For an extra $15 a license, the cards have an embedded radio frequency chip used at border crossings. Physically the licenses say enhanced and have an American flag.
If you apply for the new cards, you'll need documents like your Social Security card and proof of residence.
Drivers should expect to wait two to four weeks for the enhanced drivers licenses to process.
Minnesota now joins New York, Vermont, Michigan and Washington to offer the enhanced IDs.