The California Department of Motor Vehicles is telling lawmakers to prepare for a "summer serge" as drivers begin to realize they’ll need a real identification card by 2020. The DMV said this could be a major problem as just over 10 percent of drivers in the state received their real ID cards as of January 2018. Man Arrested in Woman's Death an Undocumented Immigrant Besides the long lines and long waits, there’s also a fear of not meeting demand for the IDs as they currently issue between 300,000 to 400,000 cards a month and expect the number to jump in the near future to as many 500,000 to 600,000. "I think it’s going to be a lot of pressure on the DMV," said Joanna Zesiger from Laskspur. "I mean look at the line today, I was here yesterday and left so I’m back." Gov. Newsom Signs Moratorium on Death Penalty in California Lawmakers want DMV to accommodate the surge with more workers and better technology. "If you’re prepared, I think it’s fine," said Craig Blum from San Rafael. "Just knowing what to do. I think there’s a certain system when it comes to the DMV and if you know how it works, it could be painless." Examining Key Worldwide Foundation's Link to Admissions Scam Residents will need to have a real ID card by October of 2020 if they plan to board airplanes or enter federal facilities.