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Chattooga County Tag Office Announces New Online Services Portal is Up and Running

Over Memorial Day weekend, the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR), Chattooga County, as well as all other counties across the state installed a new state-of-the-art system, Georgia Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System (DRIVES) to upgrade and modernize the vehicle registration and titling functions. Now that the statewide system upgrade has been successfully completed, Chattooga County in conjunction with the Georgia Motor Vehicle Division has launched a new web services portal to enable Georgia residents to complete more vehicle services online. As of today, customers are now able to complete a host of services online including canceling registration, pre-applying for title and registration, completing online renewals faster, changing a registration address, insurance fine payments, rental car registration and renewal, leasing company registration and renewal, and dealer renewal.

Throughout all of Georgia, county tag offices are using the new system and are encouraging customers to visit the new online portal to see what online services are available for their county. “It’s easy to navigate and will be helpful to citizens needing these services outside our office hours,” says Chattooga County Tax Commissioner Joy Hampton.

“The goal of enhancing and expanding our online services is to put the customer in the driver’s seat. Instead of planning a trip to our tag office, customers now have the option of completing additional vehicle services from the comfort of their home and at any time.”

“I am excited at the opportunity to be able to provide Chattooga County residents with more self-service options. Taxpayers can now complete many of their vehicle related tasks from the comfort of their own home.”

“Georgia DRIVES is allowing Chattooga County residents to conduct their vehicle related business with the county at their convenience. While we love seeing our customers, we are happy that they now have more options to self-serve when it comes to vehicle titling and registration.”

Both state and local governments are excited to leverage new technology to service the citizens of Georgia in a way that will make their user experience faster and more convenient. The new online portal is up and running today. Please visit or to view the new online services available in Chattooga County.


  1. Matthew S Atkinson on June 1, 2019 at 7:42 am

    Hi just trying to find out how to get a hardship license so I can work

    • Joy Hampton on June 3, 2019 at 9:52 am

      Hi Matthew, call Driver Services at 678-413-8400. They should be able to answer that question. Their nearest offices are in Rome or Rock Spring.

  2. Jennifer hines on April 15, 2020 at 3:08 pm

    I was wondering if i can get a title for 92 Toyata pick up extended cab that I bought and have a bill of sale on. Please email me and let me know what I need to do. Thank you

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