This bill will remove the requirement for signatures to be in pen and ink when provided for driver license, identification card, or registration application processes. Removing this provision enables the Division of Motor Vehicles to develop more efficient means of serving customers including expanding online services.
I joked with the title of this post, but I find the Delaware DMV, or at least their new facility in New Castle, to be quite modern and efficient.
AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 21 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO DRIVER’S LICENSE AND VEHICLE REGISTRATION.
SPONSORS: Osienski, Hansen, Ennis, Walsh, Baumbach, J.Johnson, Keeley, Mitchell, Paradee, B.Short, Viola
YES VOTES: HOUSE: B. Short, Baumbach, Bennett, Bentz, Bolden, Brady, Briggs King, Carson, Collins, D. Short, Dukes, Gray, Heffernan, Hensley, Jaques, K. Williams, Keeley, Kenton, Kowalko, Longhurst, Lynn, M. Smith, Matthews, Miro, Mitchell, Mulrooney, Osienski, Outten, Paradee, Postles, Potter, Q. Johnson, Ramone, Schwartzkopf, Smyk, Spiegelman, Viola, Wilson, Yearick. SENATE:________________
NO VOTES: HOUSE: None (Absent: Hudson, J.Johnson). SENATE:__________________
HISTORY: Passed House 39-0-2.
STATUS: On Ready List.
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