I’m legal to drive for another six years. The expiration notice for my driver license (Yeah, it’s driver license, not drivers license. I discovered it last time I renewed mine.) came in the mail a few days ago. Today I headed to AAA on my way into work.
This is one of the little hidden gems of Connecticut life. For $2 extra you can do an end around and avoid waiting at DMV and you don’t have to be a AAA member (though I was asked once by the woman who took care of me and once on a sign-in sheet).
Start to finish I was out in under ten minutes. The only thing that would make it better would be if I could use Photoshop on the picture.
3 thoughts on “Six More Years Of Driving”
In Arizona your driver license is good until your 65th birthday, no matter when it was issued. After age 65 the license is renewable every 5 years.
There is a requirement to go in every 12 years for a new photo.
I USE THE SATILITE OFFICE IN DERBY , OPENED WED AND FRI , WEATHER DOING MY , LICENSE , REGISTRATION IT NAVE TAKES MORE THAN 5 TO MINUTES .
THE SATILITE OFFICES ARE OT FULL SERV. ( CAN REGISTER A CAR OR ALLY FOR A LICENSE THERE ) BUT BOY ARE THEY QUICK , THER IS NEVER A LIKE OF MORE THAT 1 PERSON THE AND WITH 2 REPS TO HELP ITS ALWAYS A WIN SITUATION .BEEN USING THEM FOR 6 OR 7 YEARS NOW.
I had the pleasure of going to the DMV Friday afternoon…I was in and out in 4 and 1/2 minutes…A NEW RECORD…and will NEVER happen again!! I marked the day on my calendar! LOL