Monroe County-The Governor is planning to make some changes to rules about cars and driving.
He says they will save the public time and could save the state money.
Kimberly Pacheco of Tannersville hates waiting to get her license at the department of motor vehicles.
"You have to come here. You have to sit. You have to wait. The lines are always long. There is always a long wait."
Current Pennsylvania law says you have to renew your license every four years.
The governor would like to change that to every six years.
"I think it would make my life a lot easier." Said Pacheco
Another proposed change involves registering your car.
You currently have to register every year for thirty-six dollars.
Governor Corbett would like to make it every other year for seventy-two dollars.
A spokesperson said the change would create more efficiency in the system.
But some people complained that it's easier to come up with thirty-six dollars at once than seventy-two-dollars.
"I can see where in that every other year where you might have had it, you spent it on something, bills come up, you know, things happen." Said Xaiver Corbin of East Stroudsburg
People also have mixed reactions to Corbett's proposal to change penalties for driving without insurance.
If you get caught now - your license is suspended for three months.
The Governor would like to give people the option to pay a five-hundred-dollar fine instead.
"I think it's a bunch of baloney." Said Kevin Huegel of Gaines
"Five-hundred-bucks isn't a whole lot of money in today's society." Added Gaines
While Kevin Heugel hates the idea - Xavier Corbin thinks it might help people.
"Maybe you couldn't get to your insurance, maybe there's things happening, you still need to drive."
Governor Corbett's spokesperson said the changes would save 200-thousand-dollars the first year and twenty-thousand-dollars a year after that.