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Thursday, August 25, 2011

PennDOT Driver License, Photo Centers Closed for Labor Day Holiday

PennDOT Driver License, Photo Centers Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Driver Licensing, Motor Vehicle Services Available Online


The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation today announced that all driver license and photo centers, including its full-service center in Harrisburg, will be closed Saturday, Sept. 3 through Monday, Sept. 5 in observance of Labor Day.

Customers may still obtain a variety of driver and vehicle products and services online through PennDOT’s Driver and Vehicle Services website, www.dmv.state.pa.us.

Driver and vehicle online services are available 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week and include driver’s license and photo ID renewals; vehicle registration renewal; driver-history services; changes of address; driver license and vehicle registration restoration letters; and exam scheduling. There are no additional fees for using online services.

A complete listing of PennDOT driver and photo license center closings in 2011 is available on the website under “News, Stats and Facts.”

14 comments :

Anonymous said...

closed on saturday sept. 3 for labor day?

Anonymous said...

sounds like a broken record here. if you not old enough to know, records preceeded 8-track tapes.

Anonymous said...

Yes, because clearly the federal government feels they need extra time off (most likely PTO no less), over those that are hard working factory employees, etc that actually have to earn a pay check the hard way....and many times have to work each or most federal holiday(s), only to possibly/hopefully get Christmas Day, Thanksgiving Day, New Years Day or Veteran's Day off. Good luck getting all those others...in the real world the hard-working American doesn't get those days off too.

And don't get me started about the true American...the uniformed kind that just asks for a little respect for putting thier life on the line somewhere over seas, far away from loved ones.

And to those serving that may read this, thank you for fighting for my freedom to be able to post how I feel. It's appreciated!!

Anonymous said...

I work for the Fed, Govt. and I dont get all those Holidays off. If you dont know what you're talking about, keep your mouth shut.

Anonymous said...

I agree that taking off Saturday and inconveniencing the public under the bogus excuse that it is in observance of Labor Day is ridiculous. It is a symbol of public employees' true allegiance, which is to themselves ahead of the people they serve (and the people who pay their salaries).
Labor Day is Monday, which is a fitting day to be closed.

Anonymous said...

On the other hand, you know from past years that this happens every major federal holiday and YOU should plan accordingly.

How many times during the year do you need to visit the center? Knowing that they close an additional day, YOU should not have any excuse as to why you missed out on being able to do business there. And, many of the services are available on-line.

PS: A little heads up, this will happen again for Columbus Day.

Anonymous said...

I just can't believe that these anonymous blogs, after every article regarding the holidays for the driver license center, doesn't invoke the federal government to change it's policies and work for the people?!

Keep blogging crusaders, after every holiday notice...just keep blogging. Someday, somehow, your efforts will pay off. Just don't give up!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you 2:51 !

Anonymous said...

Thank you 12:59. To many of these people who "work for the public" and derive their income from you and me, there is a sense of entitlement that they should, for instance, take off TWO DAYS in observance of Labor Day.
Think of the irony.
I agree with you 12:59 and the people defending the excessive inconvenience to the public on this message board are probably on the receiving end of your taxes and fees and just don't get it.
The calendar says it all: what holiday is it on Saturday, Sept. 3, again?

Anonymous said...

Dildine Award to 5:27!
"Federal government"-- huh?
Don't blame the federal government. The national holiday is Monday, Sept. 5.

Anonymous said...

If your regular days off are Sunday and Monday, then your holiday is Saturday. If your regular days off are Saturday and Sunday, then your holiday is Monday.

Anonymous said...

11:41, may I pass the dildine torch....I was being a smart butt...read the previous posts.

11:38, it's not about defending anything, it's about bloggers making a point where it matters.

Anonymous said...

The unions are the ones who fought for this. AFGE. complain to them

Anonymous said...

I hope from the post by 3:31 that these individuals are only getting one paid holiday day off. That I would agree with. My concern has always been that they get a two day holiday at the cost of the taxpayers. Another one is the courthouse day after Thanksgiving offices are closed. Tried to go before to get a military hunting license on that Friday only to find that the county allows two day holiday for that.