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February 1, 2006

Albany-- Your next trip to the Department of Driver Services could be as easy as logging on to your computer.

The department now offers new online services. With the click of a mouse, you can now get a copy of your personal driving history and request a replacement for lost licenses. Right now about 150,000 replacements are issued at centers throughout the state.

The new online services should reduce long lines at those centers.

"I think that would be a good idea because I could do it from work or I can do it from home and it would be a whole lot easier," says driver Natasha Glover.

You can also change your address and renew licenses online. The link to the Department of Driver Services is www.dds.ga.gov

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