Ohio BMV to start sending reminder emails to drivers

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The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles will begin sending email reminders to renew your driver's license

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Credit: Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKBN) – In an effort to make sure Ohio drivers are up to date and compliant with their license, email reminders will now be sent out by the state.

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles will begin sending email reminders to renew your driver’s license.

The emails will include a link to create a personal checklist to help customers verify they have the right documents needed to obtain a federally-compliant license, which will be needed by Oct. 1, 2020 for those wanting to board commercial flights or enter U.S. federal buildings and military bases.

A license that is current or has been expired for less than six months can be renewed at any deputy registrar license agency.

If a license has been expired for more than six months, a temporary permit is issued and all required testing must be completed before a new license can be issued.

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