State Senator John Curran (R-Downers Grove) is hosting the Secretary of State’s Mobile Drivers Services team for a mobile SOS event on Tuesday, April 5. The 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. event will take place in the Downers Grove Township multipurpose building, at 4341 Saratoga Avenue, Downers Grove.
“I am pleased to partner with the Secretary of State’s office for an event that provides residents with convenient access to Department of Motor Vehicles staff,” said Sen. Curran. “A wide variety of vehicle services can be completed at this local event.”
According to Sen. Curran, services available include:
- Driver’s License/State I.D. Cards (renewal, replacement, corrections)
- Free State IDs for seniors age 65+
- License Plate Renewal Stickers
- Organ/Tissue Donor Registration
- Motor Vehicle Registration
- Vision Screenings
Seniors age 75+ must visit an established Secretary of State Driver Services facility to renew a driver’s license, and no Real IDs can be obtained at the April 5 event. Payments for services must be made by check, credit card, debit card, or money order. No cash will be accepted.
“Even though expired driver’s licenses remain valid for a few more months, motorists are encouraged to avoid the summer rush and get their new license at a convenient location,” Sen. Curran said. “This Downers Grove location is centrally-located, easy to access, and will provide for quick, professional service.”
Residents are encouraged to pre-register for this event, and can secure their spot by visiting https://www.ilsenategop.org/sen_curran_downers_grove_sos_mobile_unit/. Before coming to the event, residents can visit www.cyberdriveillinois.com to learn about identification requirements for specific services.
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