Losing your wallet can be a real hassle.

That's why I've used every bit of technology I can to avoid it. I've not only put an Apple Tag on my keychain, but I've also embedded one into my wallet. If I ever lose or misplace one of these items, I grab my phone to help me locate it using the "play sound" function.

The worst part of losing your wallet is trying to remember what was in it. You probably had credit cards, insurance cards, maybe even a few gift cards. One great trick is to empty your wallet a couple of times a year and take a photo of the front and back of all of your important cards.

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This way, if you ever lose your wallet, you'll have the account numbers and phone numbers of all of your credit card companies.

Replacing Your Massachusetts Drivers License

This used to be the trickiest one of them all. The Registry of Motor Vehicles did not always make it particularly easy to replace your driver's license, and for good reason:

They were looking to protect your identity.

However, a modernization of security features at the Massachusetts Registry has allowed a license replacement to become a much simpler process.

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You don't even need to leave the house to order it.  All you'll need is your last name, date of birth, driver's license number or last four digits of your social security number, an email address and a form of payment.

The fee to replace your license is $25.

Interestingly enough, you are not allowed to go into the registry to order a replacement.  License replacements are completed online only.

The one exception is a name change on a license. That needs to be done in person to capture your new signature. Both a license renewal and name change can be done at participating AAA locations for members only.

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