Travel documents get you places. They function as ID and can also designate you a “trusted traveler” to speed you through travel checkpoints. But knowing which one to use, and when, can be confusing. For instance, what’s the difference between a passport and a passport card? A driver’s license and an enhanced driver’s license? Why would you need something called Global Entry? Or NEXUS? Or TSA PreCheck?
Travel documents get you places. They function as ID and can also designate you a “trusted traveler” to speed you through travel checkpoints. But knowing which one to use, and when, can be confusing. For instance, what’s the difference between a passport and a passport card? A driver’s license and an enhanced driver’s license? Why would you need something called Global Entry? Or NEXUS? Or TSA PreCheck? Ted S. Warren AP
Travel documents get you places. They function as ID and can also designate you a “trusted traveler” to speed you through travel checkpoints. But knowing which one to use, and when, can be confusing. For instance, what’s the difference between a passport and a passport card? A driver’s license and an enhanced driver’s license? Why would you need something called Global Entry? Or NEXUS? Or TSA PreCheck? Ted S. Warren AP

Having the right travel documents can make flying easier. Here’s what you need to know.

February 22, 2017 09:27 AM