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DMV offices are open to the public by appointment and stand-by.
See if you need to make an appointment at a DMV office. You can also change or cancel an already scheduled appointment.
Some DMV offices are offering drive-up VIN inspections that
do not require an appointment.
Some transactions are available to do by mail:
Going online is the fastest and easiest way to complete your business with DMV.
To schedule a CDL drive test, you must use a private third party CDL tester business.
To schedule a CDL drive test go to
CDL holders and new CDL applicants must schedule an appointment for the following services:
If you are registered to vote and do not move your address, you are still registered. The expiration of your driver license or ID card has nothing to do with voter registration.
DMV Field Offices will not be accepting transactions during this time. You can still submit your transactions through the mail to DMV HQ, and Vitu members will be still be able to utilize their services.
The DMV Business Licensing office also will close to in-person visits beginning Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Temporary and Trip Permit books can be ordered, and certificate renewal applications will be accepted through the mail. Limited staff will be working and can be reached at 503-945-5052 for assistance.
For more detailed information, including how to process and submit transactions, please refer to the
March 24, 2020 correspondence sent to industry representatives, associations, and members.
If you have recently moved to Oregon or within Oregon, you can register and update your affiliation. Check online at the Secretary of State’s Office. If you have not moved you can still go to the Secretary of State website to check your voter registration status.
If you are already registered to vote in Oregon and do not move your address, you are still registered. The expiration of your driver license or ID card has nothing to do with voter registration.
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