GLEN BURNIE, Md. — The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration wants your email address.
The MVA is sending out driver’s license renewal notices, and it hopes to process more of them electronically to save money on printing and postage.
Drivers who provide an email address on the MVA’s website will get an emailed renewal notice 90 days before their licenses expire. If they don’t renew within two weeks of the email, the MVA will mail a paper notice.
The MVA says it started emailing renewal notices last year and has since saved $65,000.
MVA administrator John Kuo says drivers appreciate the ease and efficiency of email renewals.
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