Reopening of driver’s license offices and launch of online services


ALABAMA (WHNT) — Alabama’s driver’s license offices are once again open to the public.

Tuesday’s announcement comes after the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency completed an upgrade to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s New Driver’s License System (LEADS), replacing a previous system that had been in use for nearly two decades. .

The new system consolidates huge amounts of data – some dating back to 1970 – into a unified, modern system that adds multiple online services for the first time, hopefully reducing wait times that had become too common for Alabamians before the close of business for the update on April 18.

New applicants will now be able to complete their information online before going to the driver’s license office. In addition, everyone can now access online:

  • Update address
  • Pay and reinstate their license
  • Download medical cards from the Federal Ministry of Transport
  • View Hazmat background checks from the Transportation Security Administration
  • Eligible foreign nationals may also receive duplicate licenses

Appointments can also be made for a visit to an ALEA driver’s license office. To see all the online services LEADS has to offer, visit ALEA Online Driver’s License Services Website.

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