Charleston, W.Va. (AP) -- Those going online to register their vehicle or check the latest road conditions may find it a little easier, thanks to the West Virginia Department of Transportation's new web site.
Secretary of Transportation Paul Mattox announced the launch of the new site on Monday.
He says it has a cleaner design, is ADA compatible, more logical and focuses on providing the information users want.
The new site is the culmination of 18 months of information gathering within the department.
Mattox warned users to be patient with the new site, saying it could take three or four months to get it running perfectly.
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