Rutledge v. Baldwin County Comm'n

In Rutledge v. Baldwin County Comm'n, 495 So. 2d 49, 53 (Ala. 1986) the Court held that a county was "merely an agent of the Department of Public Safety for the purpose of collecting and transmitting applications and fees for the issuance of original or renewal driver's licenses," because "that function is specified by statute and is carried out in accordance with procedures promulgated by the Department of Public Safety." (495 So. 2d at 53.)