PennDOT officials said Friday that several driver licensing services will be unavailable Saturday because of network maintenance.
The maintenance, which affects all states, was rescheduled by Verizon from a previous scheduled time in February, officials said. The maintenance prevents officials from accessing driving records of individuals as required by law before issuing driver license products.
The following driver’s license transactions will be unavailable:
• Initial issuance, renewals and duplicate commercial and noncommercial driver license transactions.
• Initial issuance of a driver license for out-of-state transfers.
• Initial learner permit or duplicate learner permit, and commercial learner permit transactions.
• Any other transaction that results in issuance of a driver license product.
Road testing will be available as scheduled, but PennDOT will be unable to issue a driver license immediately upon completion. PennDOT will make arrangements to return for processing with those who successfully complete their skills testing.
Applications for photo IDs, medical examiner certificate transactions, or those customers with an existing camera card (without changes needed) seeking a photo will be processed normally.
Services through PennDOT’s third-party authorized online agents will also be affected by the maintenance, and they will be unable to provide renewals and duplicates of driver license products Saturday morning.
Most online services will be unaffected, but Real ID renewals or duplicates and non-Real ID noncommercial driver’s license duplicates will be unavailable Saturday.
Source: Berkshire mont
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