Kiosk Remains Down for Maintenance in County Clerks Office

The self-service Kiosk in the DeKalb County Clerk’s Office remains unavailable until further notice due to system maintenance.
Kiosk service was discontinued December 30 at 4:30 p.m. but was to be operational again by Monday, January 4 at 8:00 a.m. “The Kiosk remains out of service until further notice. We have had numerous unsuccessful attempts Monday and today (Tuesday) with several calls inquiring as to the availability of using the machine,” said County Clerk James L. (Jimmy) Poss.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security has announced that Tennesseans may now renew their driver license every eight years instead of five years. The change will include all classifications of driver licenses and identification licenses.
The legislation to increase the renewal years was proposed during the 2015 legislative session. Senator Nicely and Representative Goins introduced the bill to help decrease wait times and improve customer traffic flow at driver services centers.
“This is another step to improve the quality of our driver services and help better serve the existing population as well as plan for future growth here in Tennessee,” Commissioner Bill Gibbons said. “It’s our goal to enhance our driver services and provide convenient options for our customers.”
The new eight year license will include all forms of driver licenses and identification licenses, including commercial driver license and motorcycle license.
“We are pleased with the support of the Governor and the members of the General Assembly who continue to work with our department to improve our driver services division to better serve our growing state,” Gibbons said.
The Department of Safety and Homeland Security regrets the inconvenience with the Kiosk

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