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PennDOT Enhances Online Experience with 20+ Driver Licensing and Motor Vehicle Forms Now Available for Electronic Submission

Harrisburg, PA

HARRISBURG, PA - In line with Governor Josh Shapiro's commitment to improving the efficiency of government services, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has announced that over 20 driver licensing and motor vehicle forms can now be completed and submitted electronically. This initiative follows Governor Shapiro's recent establishment of the Commonwealth Office of Digital Experience (CODE PA) through an Executive Order.

Acting PennDOT Secretary Mike Carroll highlighted the department's dedication to modernizing operations and shortening wait times, allowing customers to complete services without visiting a driver license center. More than 20 commonly-used forms requiring signatures are now accessible for online completion and submission, expediting the processing time and reducing customer wait times.

Forms available for electronic submission will be listed on the Forms, Publication, and Maps website page with a "DS" suffix in their document number. Secure submission instructions will be provided upon selecting these forms. Printable/downloadable versions will remain available, with more forms to be added for electronic submission in the future.

PennDOT's Driver and Vehicle Services website offers various online services, such as vehicle and driver's license renewal, address changes, and driver training manuals, available 24/7 with no additional fees. The popularity of online services continues to grow due to their ease of use and time-saving benefits.

Customers who obtained their first Pennsylvania driver's license, learner's permit, or photo ID card after September 2003 may be eligible for REAL ID pre-verification online. More information can be found on PennDOT's REAL ID website.

Furthermore, the online platform allows customers with a Person with Disabilities Parking Placard to renew, request a replacement, or update their address. Temporary placard holders can also update their addresses and request replacement identification credentials online. Visit the Person with Disabilities Information page on the Driver and Vehicle Services website for more details.