Fees will be waived for a duplicate or photo identification license
NASHVILLE – In an effort to help citizens directly impacted by the devastating tornadoes across the state, the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s (TDOSHS) Driver Services division has deployed its two mobile units to issue duplicate or photo identification licenses. Fees for duplicate or photo identification licenses will be waived. Citizens can also visit any Driver Services Center in person if it is more convenient.
The department’s mobile units will be deployed at the following locations starting on Wednesday March 4. Future dates and locations will be determined based on need. Duplicate licenses only will be issued to those directly impacted by the tornadoes. No other services will be issued from the mobile units during this time.
- Centennial SportsPlex
225 25th Ave. North Nashville, Tennessee 37203
- Cookeville Community Center 240 Carlen Ave.
Cookeville, Tennessee 38501
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is also set up at Centennial Sports Plex to help residents impacted by the tornadoes. Citizens can ask TDCI questions about their policies and their coverage. Major insurance carriers will be in attendance also for people to make claims in person. They are also assisting citizens at the Wilson County EMA Center (110 Oak Street in Lebanon) and the Putnam County 911 Center (700 County Services Drive in Cookeville).
If you have any questions regarding license issuance please contact our customer service center at 1- 866-849-3548. If you have any questions during your visit, please request to speak with a supervisor on site.
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s (www.TN.Gov/safety) mission is to serve, secure, and protect the people of Tennessee.