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Not a Manatee County resident? Effective 7/24/17, Out-of-County residents will have the following options available to process a transaction in Manatee County: (1) motor vehicle services are only available at First Manatee South County Tag Agency and (2) driver license services are available by appointment only at our Driver License Office.
Who has time to wait? Make an appointment and jump to the front of the line! (Appointments are only available for driver license and title transactions.) Once you have set up an appointment with our office, inform the receptionist or a staff member when you arrive that you are there for your appointment.
The Tax Collector performs many duties both for state and county agencies. Some transactions can be time consuming and, at times, confusing for the customer and is best completed in person by appointment. Therefore, appointments are required for the following Driver License and ID Card transactions:
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