WYDOT gives Alternative Methods for Customers Using Their Driver Services

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now)- The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) announced that they'll shift to online as a way to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Governor Mark Gordon issued a 90-day grace period for expired driver's licenses and identification cards. Director Luke Reiner says WYDOT is asking the public to maximize the use of email, phone and online methods to conduct business.

"Our focus is on staying open for business while adopting and adapting to the environment that we operate in," Reiner said.

The new procedures also suspends non-commercial driving test for 90-days, to encourage social distancing between a student and instructor. However, normal testing procedures are still available for commercial drivers. They would just have to make a call and schedule an appointment. WYDOT is expected address the situation on whether testing can resume back to normal on April 20, 2020.