West Virginia is rolling out a new driver's licensing system that improves security and allows motorists to review information that's displayed before their licenses are issued.
Division of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Joe Miller said Thursday
that the new system became operational at the agency's regional
office in Charleston's Kanawha City neighborhood this week.
The system is expected to be implemented at all 23 regional offices in
the state by July 28.
Miller says security features including micro-printing on each
license or identification card that can't be seen by the naked eye.
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