Alcohol Safety

Category - Checking ID

A customer shows you an ID with some holes punched through it. What should you assume in this case?
  1. The customer is of legal drinking age.
  2. The customer is a minor.
  3. The holes are nothing more than accidental wear and tear to the ID.
  4. The ID is no longer valid.
Answer: D - If a customer presents an ID with holes punched through it, you should assume that the ID is no longer valid.

Motor vehicle commissions across the United States punch holes through driver licenses that are no longer valid, though some will even punch the word “VOID” in if they have a special tool for it. Even if a customer swears the hole punches were accidental, do not accept it as a valid form of ID.
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