Nashville Downtown Express Driver Services Center to Temporarily Close for a Planned Remodel

Monday, August 28, 2023 | 09:36am

The Nashville Downtown Express Driver Services Center, located in the William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower at 312 Rosa Parks Ave., will close for a planned remodel on Friday, Sept. 1, and will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023.  

During the remodel, citizens can visit the five self-service kiosks in Davidson County, the other full service Driver Service centers, or utilize online services at

Several transactions offered at the downtown Nashville Driver Services Express Center can be completed at a self-service kiosk. Citizens can renew an enhanced handgun carry permit; order a duplicate enhanced, lifetime, or concealed handgun carry permit; upgrade to a lifetime handgun carry permit; pay full reinstatement fees; reissue a driving privilege after reinstating; add emergency contacts; update, replace or renew a regular driver's license; change an address; voter
registration or advance a graduated driver’s license. Kiosks only accept credit or debit card payments. 

Davidson County Self-Service Kiosks:

  • Davidson County Clerk  - 700 Second Avenue South  #101, Nashville
  • Metro Center - 220 French Landing Drive, Nashville
  • Metro Police West Nashville Precinct - 5500 Charlotte Pike, Nashville
  • Nashville Public Library Bellevue Branch - 720 Baugh Road, Nashville
  • Nashville Public Library Goodlettsville Branch - 205 Rivergate Parkway, Nashville

Nearby Driver Services Centers:

  • Hart Lane Driver Services Center - 624 Hart Lane, Nashville
  • Hickory Hollow Driver Services and Reinstatement Center - 5215 Hickory Hollow Pkwy, Antioch

Teenagers between 15 and 17 years of age, can take the knowledge test online under a parent or guardian’s supervision via the Tennessee Proctor Identification (PID) app. Learn more at

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s mission is to serve, secure, and protect the people of Tennessee.