I have turned 21 eons ago, and the one thing that I have been too lazy to do (as it is not even required by law) is getting a new ID that is turned sideways. (The Under 21 IDs are vertical). I moved out since I was 18, so the address doesn't need to be changed on it, so thats off on of the reasons why I should get a new ID as well. When buying lottery tickets (the only thing I need the new ID for...considering I don't drink), the gas station attendant, and I always seem to get into some sort of argument. I tell them to look at the actual birthdate, and they just outright refuse to do the simple math (AND THEY ARE CASHIERS!) Arizona state law does not require you to get a new ID when you turn 21, it is purely your option...a $12 + 3 hours in line option by the way (or $12 + shipping if you do it online). I usually tell the gas station attendant to come wait in line with me at the MVD instead..and that usually gets them to stop complaining and finally let me have my $2 lottery ticket. Is it absurd how the cashiers are trained to not do math, but simply just look at the orientation of the ID to buy restricted things? I always have to speak to the manager just to be able to get something. Question is for MR...should I bother getting a new ID that orients the ID the right way..or just have fun with the gas station attendants every time? My favorite lines to use are "Do you want to pay me $12 to get a new license?" or "Do you want to come with me to wait in line? We'll go right now"