Ohioans will not walk away with their driver’s licenses when they visit Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles deputy registrars beginning July 2.

In a bid to increase security and meet new federal standards, new and renewed licenses and ID cards instead will be mailed to Ohioans’ homes after they visit their local BMV office.

Drivers will receive a temporary card to to prove they obtained a license, but will have to await the arrival of the real deal by mail about 10 days later, BMV officials announced Wednesday.

The Columbus Dispatch has the full story.