My guess is she didn't write that. It looks like an email. I'm not concerned about if my drivers license is one there because someone would have to have that info anyway to be able to pull it up, and if they have that info they most likely already know what you look like..
I just googled it and found tons of material on it basically all saying it was a hoax email:
"The email forward included below is simply the bait for a classic "gotcha" joke and should not be taken seriously. You cannot actually view drivers licence information on the site by entering a name, city and state into the website mentioned in the message. Visitors who do enter the requested details eventually arrive at a "results" page that displays a fake driver's licence that includes an amusing image in place of the usual licence holder's photograph. It does not matter what data is entered into the "search", as the end result will be the same. Even completely fabricated information will generate an identical result.
The site claims that the information entered is not collected and I have no reason to doubt this claim. The following statement is included on the "results" page:
The website is actually rather clever and, since no real driver's licence information is revealed, it does not compromise the privacy of licence holders in any way. Unfortunately, many people are forwarding the message onward without bothering to go to the site and check it out. Seemingly, many recipients are taking the email at face value and actually believe the information it contains to be true. These days there are a plethora of real threats to our privacy so obscuring the truth by perpetrating false invasion of privacy stories is less than desirable.
Having said that, taken in context, the site represents an enjoyable prank. If you have a minute, you might like to visit the site mentioned and enter some data in order to test the joke for yourself. As stated above, the name you enter does not need to be real. If you are concerned about providing your name on the site, just invent one. The end result will be the same."