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Secretary Of State Announces New Online Way To Speed Up Times At DS Facilities

In an effort to help reduce the processing time of transactions at driver services facilities, Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced a new online program for online driver’s licenses. Customers may visit www.cyberdriveillinois.com to access a preregistration application for driver’s licenses and ID cards and can input specific information regarding their upcoming transaction, which will help save time at the facility itself.


White says, “This is a forward-thinking program using technology to reduce wait times at the counter and speed up transactions at Driver Services Facilities.” 


With preregistration, customers will choose a license type, choose an application type, input designations, choose any corrections to be made to the information on file like address gender, height, name, etc., and can print that receipt with a barcode to be brought to the facility.


Customers who use the preregistration application must still bring all the required paperwork and should bring the printed receipt to the facility for the clerk to scan the barcode.  If the customer doesn’t bring the receipt, the clerk can still enter the driver’s license number to access the information.


To qualify for this program, a customer must have an Illinois driver’s license that is not suspended, canceled or revoked and hasn’t been expired for more than a year.

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