The problem is that since such pieces of identification are electronically exposed to readers of radio frequency by using a scanner, it is possible that your identity can be used for a multitude of things due to the scanning of information by someone who has access to a radio frequency scanner and is able to scan your license, and other cards that utilize RFID.
There are protective sleeves and other enclosures designed to block the electrical field from being scanned from your cards and other identification items that use RFID. This is known as the Faraday cage or shield. It is designed to block the external static and non-static electrical fields from scanners and other devices that can easily pick up their signal.
Simple as Aluminum
Aluminum foil and some tape can be used to design a homemade card holder worth enough to foil (pardon the pun) any thief who may attempt to gather information about you by using an RFID scanner.
Items available for RFID protection, don't feature that good old see through window that people use when showing an id card or license. Of course since restrictions have made things more difficult, such as not looking old enough or being disliked by the cashier can cause one to remove their id or card for furthur scrutiny. It would be great if a card holder, that holds several cards and consisted of aluminum were made with that see through window so that all cards and id's can be securely put and at some point you can just show your id as you did in the past. Goodness, people never ask police officers to remove their badges from their holders to see if they are valid and real! Or is this just a deterrent to stop the purchase of alcoholic beverages?
Besides, were going to need something to put our RFID- health insurance cards into. Listen, wouldn't it be easier to register your information, (you can update it at any time) and then just have your doctor or providers office tap your insurance card for that day's visit and all your information is entered automatically in to their computer profile, this way the patient and front desk don't have to go through the boring details of your new digs or other information about your insurance plan itself-it goes directly into the EMR. Also on the health insurance card is the HSA-health savings account portion (if you decide to do this), so that copays or deductible amounts can be deducted; since nowadays most people use cards anyway. This would mean that anywhere you go, including the pharmacy, hospital, imaging facility, lab, ect. your information can be obtained at the swipe of a card, and only be accessed by authorized personnel in that facility you visit. Need meds from a patient, just swipe their RFID health insurance pharmacy card(that could soon be used at any retail or mail order pharmacy, including vision and dental); and is compatible with any EMR system to load those 30's, 60's times 3, 90's and 180's right in there. No more waiting for the front desk to take note of your info and goods. Radio frequency identification is the only station for that medical field song and dance!