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Expired DL acceptable ID for domestic flight?

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I hope someone can answer this question. I have an older friend whose CA DL has expired very recently. Due to health issues she has not renewed her DL.

She is taking a domestic flight the end of this week. Her expired DL is the only ID that she has as she has never had a passport.

Will her expired DL be sufficient as proper ID? If not I am sure she can get the CA ID card (non DL's) but not sure if that is issued at our local DMV office or if it is mailed from Sacramento which if that is the case she would not receive it in time.

I just though of this a few minutes ago so thought I would ask here as I don't want to bring the subject up with my friend if there is no need to as she is quite anxious about her trip as it is.

Thank you in advance for your thoughts and help.

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