23.3.149 DUPLICATE LICENSES
(1) In the event that a person's driver's license, commercial driver's license, instruction permit or traffic education learner license is lost or destroyed or the personal information on the license or permit is no longer accurate, the person must submit a written application for a duplicate license or permit, present proof of the person's identity in accordance with (2) , and pay the fee specified in 61-5-114, MCA.
(2) At the time of application, the identity of the applicant must be verified as follows:
(a) except as provided in (2) (b) , an applicant appearing in person at a driver's license exam station must present one primary document and one secondary document as listed in ARM 23.3.131 to confirm the applicant's name and date of birth;
(b) if the most recent digital image of the applicant as maintained in department records is readily accessible on-line at the driver's license exam station and department personnel at the exam station, by visual observation, ascertain that the physical features and characteristics of the applicant appearing in person at the exam station match, or are reasonably comparable to, the image and descriptions contained in the department record, the applicant must present one secondary document as listed in ARM 23.3.131 to confirm the applicant's name; or
(c) if a duplicate license application is submitted by mail or telefax, the applicant must include a passport-style photograph of the applicant and a facsimile or photocopy of one primary document and one secondary document as listed in ARM 23.3.131 with the application.
(3) A duplicate license application may be rejected if the applicant's identity and date of birth cannot be determined, proper documentation is not presented or submitted or the required fee is not paid.