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An ID card scanner is a small electronic device used by bars, nightclubs, liquor stores and convenience stores to verify a patron's age. For businesses like these that sell age regulated products, an ID card scanner is the best way to protect against citations and tickets from raids and undercover sting operations. An ID card checker reads the data stored on a driver's license, state ID or military ID and displays it on a screen. It makes it easy for a bouncer, bartender or clerk to make sure that a customer is old enough to buy liquor or tobacco products.
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