PennDOT is making a non-binary gender designation option available on its driver’s licenses and photo ID cards. The new designation option is now available. [Read more…] about Important Change to PA Driver Licenses and ID Cards
Some of the most confusing PennDOT paperwork involves transferring the title of a vehicle whose owner has died. In PAN’s latest YouTube video, Instructor Jon Marencel walks you through the first of a series on PennDOT death procedures – Joint Owners with Right of Survivorship.
For those of you who purchased PAN’s Motor Vehicle Agent Services Basic Title and Registration Course Online, you have until the end of July 15 to complete it. This course is going to be replaced with an updated edition as of July 16.
You can choose to wait for the updated edition or complete your current course before July 16.
Either course will provide you with the education certificate you need.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Expiration dates for driver’s licenses, identification cards and learner’s permits scheduled to expire from March 16 through June 30, 2020, are now extended through July 31, 2020. Camera cards are also extended through July 31, 2020. [Read more…] about Extended Expiration Dates From PennDOT
According to the MidAtlantic IADA, PennDOT is changing their packaging and processing of plate orders back from the Pennsylvania Department of General Services warehouse, and moving this work to PennDOT for processing, packaging and mailing the plates.
PennDOT is adding to staffing and hopes to have this plate order delay situation largely remedied in July.
Thanks to Reg Evans, executive director of MidAtlantic IADA for providing this information.
PennDOT and all Pennsylvania executive branch agencies are closed today, June 19, 2020, by executive order of Gov. Wolf issued yesterday.