Related to a question being discussed in GD, is there any estimate for the number of people in the US who do not have a driver’s license?
I imagine a fair number of the elderly, disabled, and some people who live in cities with good public transportation may not qualify for or bother getting a license. I knew two or three people in college who hadn’t gotten around to it yet.
I’m not talking about government-issued IDs apart from driver’s licenses, which most (all?) states also offer and may be necessary if you do things that require photo ID.