Vermont DMV Buys Communication Devices for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Vermont DMV Buys Communication Devices for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Vermonters who are deaf or hard of hearing should have an easier time at their local Department of Motor Vehicles office after the state’s purchase of 11 new communications devices, the Eagle Times reports.

The devices have two small keyboards and a double-sided screen, allowing users to type messages to each other in real time. The devices were bought with a grant from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

The wireless devices are light and user-friendly, and can be easily moved from one DMV counter to the next.

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