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The Grady County Tax Commissioners office will be closed Thursday, May 23 through Tuesday, May 28 during the statewide conversion to the Georgia Department of Revenue’s new Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System (DRIVES).
The office was closed April 17 and April 18 for mandatory training on the new system and next week tax offices across the state will not be able to process vehicle transactions until the conversion is completed.
The changeover also falls on Memorial Day weekend with Monday, May 27 being Memorial Day and a county holiday.
Grady County Tax Commissioner Barbara Darus encourages local residents who need to renew vehicle tags or process title transactions to do so before next Thursday. If a driver’s birthday is during this period, Darus said all penalties will be waived if citizens come in on Tuesday, May 28 to renew their tags.
The state’s website to renew tags online will also be down during this period, according to the tax commissioner.
“We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we upgrade to this new system. Hopefully, it will allow us to better serve you,” Darus said.
This new state-of-the-art system is an upgrade and modernization of the vehicle registration and titling system used statewide.
“The public should be reminded your tag expires at midnight on your birthdate and you could be ticketed by law enforcement if you fail to renew your tag early and you tried to do it next week while we are closed,” the tax commissioner said.
For more information contact Darus’ office at 229-377-3322.