Questions & Answers: senior license
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A: The senior license rates do not take effect until the day you actually turn age 65.
A: Idaho residents who have lived here at least 5 years can get a senior license beginning on their 65th birthday.
Q: If I buy a combination license at age 64 then turn 65 before deer season do I buy have to buy the regular tag or can I buy the senior tag .
A: With the license you get when you are 64 (adult hunting or adult combination, for example) you can only get the adult priced tags, not the senior priced tags--even after you are 65.