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Where to get Driver's License

By HBTV
Wednesday, October 7, 2015 | 1:10 AM
https://hbtv.us/news/?story_id=2806

 

License renewals amd replacements will continue to be done in person at the Winston County Courthouse Annex. You do not need an appointment. Contact Probate Judge office at 205-489-5219 with any questions.

MESSAGE FROM WINSTON COUNTY JUDGE OF PROBATE, SHELIA MOORE:

Due to the cutbacks from the State’s General Budget, it is with sincere apologies that the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) has closed several Examining Offices across the state.  According to a memo that was sent to this office on September 30, Winston, Franklin and Lawrence Counties will no long have an examining office.

Listed below are Examining offices that have not closed and adjoin Winston County:

WALKER COUNTY
Walker Co Courthouse
1801 3rd Ave S
Jasper, AL   35501 

Main Office (205)221-7589

Hours: 8am-5pm     Mon.-Fri

Lunch: 12pm-1pm

MARION COUNTY
4521 Military St South
Hamilton, AL   35570 

Main Office (205) 921-4743

Hours: 8am-4:30pm   Mon.-Fri.

Lunch: 12pm-12:30pm

Main Office: (205) 921-4743
CDL: (205) 921-4743

CULLMAN COUNTY
Cullman Co. Courthouse
500 2nd Ave SW
Cullman, AL   35055

Main Office (256)775-4822

Hours: 8am-4:30pm    Mon.-Fri.

Lunch:  11:30 am-12:30pm 

CDL: Bevill State Community College

101 State Street

Sumiton, Al. 35148

Main Office (205)548-2991  

Hours: 8am-4pm      Mon.-Fri

 Lunch: open

***It is strongly advised that you go on line and make an appointment with one of these examining offices at www.alea.gov which will secure your place upon arrival and save on your wait time. 

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