Guam’s public transportation system, or significant lack thereof, leaves residents no option but to drive to and from work, school, church and other daily activities. With this daily transport comes the need to keep an up-to-date driver’s license on hand.
Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. Amidst already tight schedules, standing in line at the Department of Revenue and Taxation for hours isn’t a realistic feat for many on island — yet it’s a reality we are dealing with.
Rev&Tax currently has a staff of eight scheduled to be on hand each . . .
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