Thursday, April 17
(Honolulu, HI) -- Changes are coming to Hawaii's driver's license and state identification card process. Beginning May 1st, those hoping to get a driver's license in the Aloha State will have to present two documents to prove their principal residence in Hawaii. Those documents vary from vehicle registration and utility bills to a check stub or income tax return. Folks wanting to get a state ID card are going to have to shell out a few more dollars. State IDs will now cost 32 dollars in Kauai County with a four-dollar-a-year fee. They'll be 40 dollars in Honolulu, Maui, and Hawaii counties with a five-dollar yearly fee.