iPads installed in Tennessee DMVs to help reduce wait times
If you?re just like everyone else, standing in line and queuing up to renew or replace your driver?s license can be a huge time waster. However if you?re living in the state of Tennessee, you?re in luck as the state?s Department of Safety and Homeland Security has recently spent $80,000 installing about 72 iPad kiosks in 26 driver service centers across the state. This was done in an effort to speed up the time it takes for someone to replace or to renew their driver?s license. Dubbed ASSETS (Automatic Self-Service Electronic Terminals), these kiosk can be found in more urban areas, and will allow drivers to fill out forms electronically and make their payment via debit or credit card. The drivers can then expect to receive their new license within minutes. On top of that, the kiosks will also allow drivers to change their addresses and pay reinstatement fees. Now if only this concept will start making its way across the nation and to other government offices! By Ubergizmo. Related articles: San Diego
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