NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- State officials are giving Tennessee residents an online option to access driving records.
The Department of Safety and Homeland Security announced this week that it has launched an online service that allows people to download or print copies of their official driving records by going to http://www.tn.gov/safety .
Officials hope the online option will reduce the wait time at driver services centers.
A $2 convenience fee will be assessed to each online transaction, in addition to the $5 state fee set by the Tennessee General Assembly for a copy of a driver record.
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