Iowa Driver’s License Renewal, August 3, 2007

(2007) Iowa Driver’s License Renewal, August 3, 2007. Transportation, Department of

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Abstract

One-on-one communication with driver’s license customers is the most valuable tool Driver Services employees use to help drivers stay independent and safe. Driver Services employees understand that a sense of remaining independent, in everything from running errands to shopping to visits with friends, family and doctors, depends on a driver’s license. There are times when Driver Services personnel, or even the drivers themselves, determine it’s time to stop driving. In those cases, people are given a free identification card. There are also times when the DOT must suspend a person’s driving privilege. This can be caused by vision problems, a medical condition or unsafe driving. If the driver cannot be relicensed, DOT personnel make the commitment to work with the individual by providing information about available transportation alternatives. We are providing this information to make the renewal process understandable and less stressful. We hope that by explaining why the DOT screens vision, requires medical information and requests drive tests, and describing how these all relate to highway safety, drivers will know what to expect. Personnel are available to answer questions or discuss concerns at any of the Iowa Department of Transportation or County Treasurer driver’s license sites. Please contact one of the driver’s license stations listed in this booklet.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: Renewal, License, Transportation
Subjects: Transportation > Traffic safety
Transportation > Trucking and freight > Drivers licenses
Transportation
ID Code: 11756
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 08 Dec 2011 16:30
Last Modified: 08 Dec 2011 16:30
URI: http://publications.iowa.gov/id/eprint/11756

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