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**THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS ARE EFFECTIVE 7/24/2017**
(The requirements below do not apply to individuals who are establishing Manatee County residency [i.e. moving to Manatee County] as they would be considered Manatee County residents.)
Motor Vehicle-Related Transactions:
All non-Manatee County residents can only be served at First Manatee South County Tag Agency, located at
Driver License/ID Card Transactions:
All non-Manatee County residents can only be served at our Driver License Office, located at 904 301 Blvd W, Bradenton. An appointment is required. Visit taxcollector.com to schedule an appointment. You must select the "Non-Manatee County Resident DL/ID Card Transaction" Service in order to be served. Testing services (e.g. road testing, written exams) are provided for Manatee County residents only.
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