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ID card options if you don’t want/have a driver’s licence

So, following-up yesterday's post. A little research on IDs for young adults (in particular to prove they are over 18) who don't drive led me to two possibilities -- assuming one doesn't want to carry around a passport: Keypass -- $55, and supposedly recognised nationwide. Proof Of Age card -- $10, and also apparently recognised throughout Australia. It seems other states have similar

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Stay on the train, or join the traffic? Some young adults are rejecting cars.

Isaac just turned 18. (Yeah, I know.) Anyway, I was talking to him about getting a photo ID that shows his age, so (if he should choose to) he can exercise his rights as an adult. Many his age would get a Learner's permit as part of learning to drive. But he has zero interest in doing that -- in fact he has firmly said he doesn't want it. And I'm not about to argue against that. Not me, who