MEDIA RELEASE Clerk's Office Announces Let's Drive Jax Campaign

October 07, 2021  
Two week Driver’s License Reinstatement Expo to serve as one-stop shop event .

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (October 7, 2021) – Building upon the successes of previous Operation Green Light events, the Duval County Clerk of Courts announces it will be holding a Driver’s License Reinstatement Expo later this month. LET’S DRIVE JAX! will take place from October 25 – October 29 and November 1 – November 5 at the Duval County Courthouse. The goal of the event is to provide a one-stop shop for citizens to work directly with all appropriate state agencies and/or the Court to determine how to reinstate their driving privileges and get back on the road. Participating agencies include: the 4th Judicial Circuit, the 4th Judicial Circuit State Attorney, the 4th Judicial Circuit Public Defender, the Florida Department of Revenue, the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Department, the Duval County Tax Collector, and the Salvation Army of Northeast Florida.
 

Pre-registration is required to participate. There is no need to know exactly why a license is not valid as the Clerk’s Office will research each individual situation and contact the participant to explain the process and set up an appointment to come to the Courthouse or appear by Zoom at a designated time during the two weeks of the Expo.

Full details, along with the required online registration form, can be found by visiting duvalclerk.com/drivejax. We encourage participants to register early as space is limited. Those needing assistance can contact the LET’S DRIVE JAX! team by emailing DriveJax@duvalclerk.com or by calling (904) 255-2100.

“We are excited to host this inaugural LET’S DRIVE JAX! event,” Clerk Jody Phillips said. “By bringing together all of the relevant agencies under one roof, we hope to offer a convenient opportunity where participants can take care of anything preventing them from getting back on the road. I would like to especially thank all of our partner agencies that are helping make this Expo possible.”

IMPORTANT: The Clerk’s Office will not be able to assist those persons with licenses revoked, suspended, or cancelled due to out-of-county or out-of-state matters.