Driver Licensing Law Changes (2011)
NOTE: The information presented below is for historical purposes only, and may be out of date.
Effective August 28, 2011 - House Bills 204, 294, and 499.
House Bill 204
- Allows military personnel on active duty (and their dependents) to renew a driver license without examination when renewal is initiated within a specified time from discharge or return to state.
House Bill 294
- Modifies provisions of the Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) laws. Lowers the age at which a person can obtain a CCW endorsement from 23 to 21 years old, and specifies that a nondriver license containing a CCW endorsement will expire three years from the date the CCW Certificate of Qualification was issued. The transaction fee for a nondriver license issued for a period of three years or less is $5.50.
House Bill 499
- Modifies provisions of law related to who may report an impaired driver.