On its website, DDS says that there will be no road tests administered during the initial week of operation at the new Alpharetta location, but those tests will resume on Sept. 26.
Relocating this DDS office is made possible by an agreement between Fulton County and the state of Georgia. The new DDS in Alpharetta will also be home to a Fulton County tagging office, so customers can handle licensing and vehicle registration in the same visit.
The new DDS in Alpharetta will have four more service counters than the Sandy Springs location, and it will also feature 12 touch-screen testing machines, 12 tech-deck computers for customer applications and seating for more than 100 people.
The new Alpharetta location is just nine miles away from the old DDS post in Sandy Springs.