Driver license renewal now offered at Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library

Published 3:00 am Thursday, July 12, 2018

Residents in the Brundidge area no longer have to travel to Troy to have their driver’s licenses renewed. These licenses can now be renewed at the Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library in downtown Brundidge.

Theresa Trawick, library director, said Pike County Probate Judge Wes Allen has made a probate computer available to the library for the convenience of local residents.

The probate computer may be used to renew or duplicate driver’s licenses, commercial driver’s licenses and state identification cards.

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“The computer is self-service but it’s very simple to use,” Trawick said. “But, if assistance is needed, a member of the library staff will be available.”

Trawick said charges must be made to a credit or debit card.

“The computer will print a temporary driver’s license and the official license will be mailed,” she said.

Another feature of the computer is that the photo already on file at the Pike County Courthouse will be used, so you won’t age at all, Trawick said, laughing.

“Of course, not having to drive to Troy is the main feature of the having a probate computer available locally,” she said. “This is just one of the many services offered through the Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library.”

Trawick said the library has computers with Internet access available for public use and staff members can assist patrons in getting familiar with the use of the computers.

The library also has access to a genealogy research database, Ancestry Library Edition, which is available for personal use.

“The Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library provides many services to the Brundidge area,” Trawick said. “We invited everyone to visit us on South Main Street and learn more about what our public library has to offer.”