Maryland DNR Allowing Online Licensing
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources says it is rolling out a new online system for hunting and fishing licenses and registration of off-road vehicles.
The department says it recently began a pilot program for the online system at seven regional service centers and 27 sports
license agents. Customers will be able to buy licenses using home computers at the end of the month.
DNR says the COMPASS licensing system will email customers an electronic copy of their license within 30 minutes and
automatically issue a new DNRid card. The new system will also save customers the time of having to fill out forms again, and DNR service centers and license agents will be able to replace lost DNRid cards.
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