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  • Don't stand in line, go online
    Conduct your DMV business online
    All customers can change their address and report the sale or transfer of a vehicle using DMV's online services. Most customers (if stated on their renewal notice) can renew their vehicle registrations online. Save yourself a trip and go online instead! 
  • DMV offices are not open on Weekends
    Most offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    DMV office hours were standardized in 2012 to reduce costs. The last two DMV offices that were open on Saturdays were moved to a Monday thru Friday schedule on July 2, 2012. Some DMV offices still have reduced hours or are open only on certain days of the week. Please check our office Web pages before heading out to be sure that they are open on the day and time that you want to visit.
  • Winter storms can impact the services available at DMV offices
    Inclement weather often halts drive tests and forces office closures
    During severe weather conditions, drive tests may have to be canceled or delayed and traction devices (chains, studded tires, etc.) may be required. Also, offices may have to close if staff cannot safely reach the facility or if there are power outages. Furthermore, central support staff may not be able to update DMV's internet site so be sure to call the office you plan to visit before heading out.
  • License/ID requirements apply to all
    Whether you're applying for the 1st time or renewing for the 10th
    All applicants for driver licenses, instruction permits and ID cards (including renewals and replacements) must present proof of their full legal name and U.S. citizenship or lawful presence in the United States. It can take weeks to obtain some of the documents you may need to meet the applicable laws, so don't wait until your license, permit or ID card expires.
  • New CDL medical examiner requirement
    Only certified examiners may perform CDL physical examinations
    Since May 21, 2014, only medical examiners listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners may perform the physical examinations needed to qualify for operation of commercial motor vehicles. Visit the national registry Web site to find a certified examiner or to learn how to become a certified examiner.
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