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Probate Judge Announces Temporary Closure (Statewide) of Drivers License Office(s) / 60-Day Grace Period for Renewals

Cherokee County Probate Judge Tim Burgess announces temporary closure of the drivers license office – both locally and statewide.

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency instituted the closure “to ensure a successful and thorough transition” to the “Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Driver’s License System” or LEADS.

Among the new services that will be available once LEADS is up and running, on April 26th:

  • Ability for driver’s to update their addresses
  • Ability to pay and reinstate their licenses
  • Ability to upload U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Medical Cards
  • Ability to view Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Hazmat background checks
  • Ability to issue duplicate licenses to eligible foreign nationals
  • Ability to pre-apply for individuals who are requesting an Alabama License for the first time

The current licensing system has been in place for over two decades, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

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