‘Licensing on Wheels’ here Aug. 15

‘Licensing on Wheels’ here Aug. 15

‘Licensing on Wheels’ here Aug. 15

Published: Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 10:05 AM.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles places a high value on customer service. Offering 11 mobile units dramatically enhances our ability to make our services more accessible.

They provide a convenient method to get a first-time license or renew a driver license ($48 for Class E, fees vary for CDL), convert an out-of-state license ($48), obtain a replacement for a lost or stolen driver license ($25), change a name or address on a driver license ($25), get an identification card ($25), renew a vehicle registration (fees vary) and purchase a specialty license plate.

They also offer the Department’s critical safety services such as emergency contact information registration and safety campaigns by the Florida Highway Patrol.

The Florida Licensing on Wheels bus will here on Friday, Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the old Franklin County jail, behind the county courthouse, at 33 Market Street in Apalachicola.

No written or driving tests are given from mobile units. The five FLOW mobiles provide services out of a large bus, which makes them great for large and outdoor events. The six Mini-FLOWs are set up at a table, which accommodates smaller venues and indoor events.

For your convenience, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles accepts cash, checks and credit cards.

For more information, call a community outrwch specialist at (850) 617-2628 or (850) 443-0406.

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