All agents and messengers who are under contract with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) are required to have an E-mail address and to provide that E-mail address to PennDOT. [Read more…] about Attention Motor Vehicle Agents and Messengers
PAN offices will be closed until 10 a.m., Wednesday, January 3, 2018, for staff development training.
PAN has received a lot of questions about the notary examination required by the Department of State. One such question is about the $65 exam fee. [Read more…] about Notary Exam Through Pearson VUE
Pennsylvania drivers with those expired registration stickers have two choices – remove them from your vehicle or make sure you are prepared just in case you get pulled over out of state. [Read more…] about Remove Out of Date Registration Stickers if Traveling Out of PA
For the past 10 weeks, we have been leading up to the start of the effective date of the new notary public law in Pennsylvania by hosting a PAN Trivia contest on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/PaAssocNotaries/.
We’ve posted RULONA-related questions and selected weekly winners from those who answered correctly. Then on Fridays, one of our PAN instructors pulled the name of a weekly winner via video, which was also posted on Facebook.
Kudos to PAN Instructors Brian Crocker, Heather Carbonara and Jon Marencel for volunteering to serve as video hosts during the last 10 weeks and giving out some great PAN prizes to those lucky winners. They did a fabulous job.
Tune in to PAN’s Facebook page on Thursday, October 26 for the last weekly PAN Trivia contest. There’s going to be a prize or two or three. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, we have been getting lots of Instagram views lately.
If you’ve enjoyed participating in PAN Trivia, we’ll be holding monthly PAN Trivia contests starting in November.
There is misinformation out there regarding Pennsylvania’s new notary public law (RULONA), effective on October 26, 2017.
Getting the word out to Pennsylvania’s 80,000 notaries about the new notary public law is a daunting task. Here at the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN), we certainly appreciate well-meaning individuals and organizations who want to help with that endeavor.
But when it comes to this new law, there’s no better place than PAN to get accurate information.
Visit our Web site at http://www.notary.org/RULONA for an informative white paper and other available resources.