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Legislation expedites drivers license process

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Senator Adolpho Palacios introduced Bill 38, which provides a quicker alternative for residents wanting to get their driver's license. Palacios says there is a three to six months waiting list for individuals who want to get their operators license at the Department of Revenue & Taxation.

"If they want to expedite or hasten the process of testing to shorten the time, they would have to pay three times the normal cost and normally to pay for the overtime of the individuals who are going to perform this after hours," he said.

Palacios adds that the bill is necessary as Rev & Tax is already suffering from a shortage in road examiners.

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