Governor Kay Ivey announced Tuesday Alabama driver license holders will be able to renew online a second time during a 12-year period.Currently, driver license holders are limited to one online renewal every eight years.In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s driver license division expanded its online renewal process.”As we work tirelessly to mitigate the spread of the virus in our state and to offer some relief to our citizens, I am proud that ALEA will be enabling more online driver license renewals,” Ivey said. ALEA’s Secretary Hal Taylor said, “We are pleased to offer this extension to ease the minds of customers with health-related concerns during this precarious time, as well as reduce the number of in-person transactions at ALEA’s Driver License Examining Offices, county probate and license commissioners’ offices.”

Governor Kay Ivey announced Tuesday Alabama driver license holders will be able to renew online a second time during a 12-year period.

Currently, driver license holders are limited to one online renewal every eight years.

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s driver license division expanded its online renewal process.

“As we work tirelessly to mitigate the spread of the virus in our state and to offer some relief to our citizens, I am proud that ALEA will be enabling more online driver license renewals,” Ivey said.

ALEA’s Secretary Hal Taylor said, “We are pleased to offer this extension to ease the minds of customers with health-related concerns during this precarious time, as well as reduce the number of in-person transactions at ALEA’s Driver License Examining Offices, county probate and license commissioners’ offices.”



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