Driver’s License Service, Vehicle Registration Event Returns To Century Next Month

October 8, 2019

Mobile driver’s license and vehicle registration services will return to Century on Tuesday, November 5, for a single day event.

Thee Florida Licensing On Wheels (FLOW) mobile office will be in Century from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Billy G. Ward Century Courthouse at 7500 North Century Boulevard.

FLOW is a stand-alone mobile office with technology to provide most motorists’ needs. The mobile unit provides a convenient method to renew a driver’s license, obtain a replacement driver’s license, conversion/reciprocation of out-of-state license, change a name or address on a current driver’s license or identification card, and get a first-time identification card. In addition to licensing services, the mobile unit also provides an opportunity to renew or replace a vehicle registration and apply, renew or replace disabled parking placards. Written and driving tests are not available from the FLOW unit.

Citizens can renew vehicle registrations up to three months and driver’s licenses up to 18 months in advance of expiration.

Citizens using the FLOW services are encouraged to visit and click the “What Do I Bring” button for information on what is needed for these services. Staff from the tax collector’s office will be on hand to answer all FLOW service questions and questions concerning all other tax collector services such as property tax, business tax receipts, concealed weapons licensing, etc. Citizens also can drop off property tax payments (checks only).

Pictured: Florida Licensing On Wheels (FLOW) provided motorist services such as driver’s license renewals in Century in early August. photos, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Driver’s License Service, Vehicle Registration Event Returns To Century Next Month”

  1. Bewildered on October 8th, 2019 7:03 am

    Maybe they could utilize FLOW vehicles to go to different shopping centers so people can upgrade their licenses to reflect the required “gold star” before the end of 2020. Bad enough that every licensed driver has to pay additional fees to prove he is a legal resident – while all the while countless people come into this country and are accepted without any papers whatsoever.

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