Alabama Driver License Offices Closing for a Week in April

An upgrade to Alabama’s driver license system will necessitate the statewide closure of offices in April. Gov. Kay Ivey announced Friday a new computer system – the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Driver License System, or LEADS – will launch this spring. LEADS replaces the current system that’s been in use...

Latest Memo Regarding Disability Access

https://revenue.alabama.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/211122_MVD_MEMO_2021-011.pdf   Legislative Act 2021-407 allows persons with long-term disabilities to obtain a license plate issued under Chapter 6 of Title 32 or Chapter 12 of Title 40, Code of Ala. 1975, which displays the International Symbol of Access. Instead of manufacturing distinctive disability access license plates for every license...

Keeping Women Warm This Winter

Keeping Women Warm this Winter  November 24, 2021 Calhoun County Commissioner of Licenses, Barry E. Robertson, presents Claudia Elston with a donation of coats, jackets, gloves, hats, and scarves for the the 4th Annual Coats for the Homeless. Calhoun County Administration employees have been gathering the donations for a couple...

JSU’S NEW DESIGN IN DECEMBER

Calhoun County, you voted and your voice was heard!!! Jacksonville State University, after polling local residents and alumni, announced their new license plate design, and after much ado, it is finally available for ordering!  Calhoun County residents and alumni will be able to order their newly designed JSU plate in...

NEW ONLINE ORDERING SYSTEM

The new online ordering system to renew tags, manufactured home decals, boat registrations and in October, business licenses will be www.altags.com.   Registrants needing to renew their license plate decals after 11:00pm on April 30, 2020, will need to access the online renewal for www.altags.com A registrant who encounters a...

REBUILD ALABAMA ACT

On March 12, 2019, Act 2019-2 was signed into law by Governor Kay Ivey. This act amends Section 40-12-242, Code of Alabama, 1975, to include an additional registration fee of $200 for each battery electric vehicle and $100 for each plug-in hybrid electric vehicle operated on the public highways of...

Changes in 2020 for Mandatory Liability Law

By Leada Gore | lgore@al.comA change in Alabama’s insurance laws will give a break to people found driving without insurance.Currently, a driver found without liability insurance who is unable to provide proof of coverage within 30 days faces suspension of their registration. A $200 reinstatement fee and proof of insurance is...