DRIVES goes live 5.27.2019

The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) and the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) are collaborating to develop a modernized, integrated system to better serve Georgia citizens.


What's Happening Now?

  • Read the October DRIVES newsletter
  • Are you working on Connectivity for your office?
  • Equipment Installation deadline is September 30
  • Mandatory scanning at counties delayed until July 1, 2020
  • Counties may opt out of DOR's DRIVES network
  • Opportunities for counties to participate remotely coming soon
  • Subject Matter Experts are testing DRIVES configuration, writing test scenarios, and performing data verification

Road to Rollout


DRIVES Communications

A message from Georgia Steele, MVD Director, to all GRATIS users
A message from Janie Brodnax to County Tag Office Experts

Why do we need DRIVES?

This new system will combine the title and license plate functions of DOR with the driver license functions of DDS by streamlining the existing processes while investing for the future. Benefits of updating the system include:

  • Improved customer service and communication
  • Updated, modern and easy-to-use technology
  • Improved data integrity
  • Enhanced fraud protection
  • Increased data-sharing efficiency between DOR and DDS

The State of Georgia will manage this critical endeavor through a Governance Council.  The council membership consists of not only DOR and DDS, but also the Georgia Technology Authority, the Office of Planning and Budget, the Department of Administrative Services, and representation from a county tax commissioner.