Ohio expects increased wait times, higher cost:

Reality sinks in at Ohio:
By 2008, however, short lines and no-hassle service may seem as quaint as government buildings without metal detectors or as hard to find as curbside parking at airports.

New federal homeland-security requirements are virtually certain to eliminate same-day driver’s licensing in Ohio and could increase wait times and the cost of getting or renewing a license.

The Ohio bureau, which prides itself on 90 percent customer-satisfaction rates and wait times of usually less than 30 minutes, said the changes could be bracing to drivers accustomed to getting new licenses on their lunch breaks for about $25.

I've published this entry with the intent of bringing more useful information to all of you, and I've tried to choose my words carefully in order not to annoy or offend anyone. There, that ought to do it.


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