HERSCHER — If you need to renew your driver’s license or purchase vehicle stickers, you can attend State Senator Patrick Joyce (D-Essex)’s free mobile unit event in partnership with Secretary of State Jesse White’s office.
The event will be Wednesday, Sept. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Herscher Village Hall, located at 272 E. 2nd St, according to a press release from Joyce’s office.
Joyce previously hosted a pop-up unit in South Wilmington on July 13.
“The mobile unit has been a great event for residents struggling to access a driver services facility, and it’s been my goal this summer to continue to bring these services to the community,” Joyce said in a press release. “Skip the long lines and take advantage of this convenient opportunity to access secretary of state services.”
The unit operates like a DMV office and offers select services. Attendees must wear face coverings, and social distancing rules must be followed.
REAL ID services will not be available at the mobile unit. The deadline to obtain a REAL ID has been extended to May 3, 2023.
Local veterans can also utilize this event to add a veteran’s designation to their driver’s license or state ID. For veteran designation, residents must bring their DD-214 or NAF 13038. For more information about veteran ID services, call the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs at 1-800-437-9824.
“The Village of Herscher greatly appreciates the secretary of state and Senator Joyce for their forward thinking approach to this much needed service for our residents,” said Village President Shannon Sweeney in a press release.
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August 23, 2021 at 01:24PM