Gov. Mark Gordon announced Tuesday that he signed an executive order granting a reprieve for those with expired driver’s licenses.
There’s a catch, though: the window for expired licenses is from March 15 to June 1. Any person whose driver’s license expires in that period will have 90 days to get the license renewed.
The order also suspended non-commercial driving tests for the time being, but commercial driving tests will only be available by appointment.
The intent of the order is to protect the public and the state’s workforce by limiting interactions with state employees and at governmental offices
The Wyoming Department of Transportation will reassess the situation on April 20 to determine if testing can resume.