When do you need personalized service for a DMVNow transaction that you can’t get online or by mail? Today, the DMV only offers specific services by appointment in many locations.
There is a maximum of three months of appointment slots available on the calendar. Each day, a new appointment day is added to the end of the available 90-day period.
Schedule An Appointment On The Portal
In addition to scheduling an appointment on the official DMVNow website, you can even make an appointment for the service in person. Here are some of these examples:
DMV Customer Service Centre: To make an appointment at a DMV customer service center, select a “type of service” and select the desired agency from the menu on the right. The next page will ask you to select a specific service and schedule a time for a specific date and time.
Visit Full Service E-ZPass Office: Two DMV customer service centers offer full E-ZPass customer service by appointment for customers who need to conduct business in person. However, customers are advised to visit ezpassva.com to transact online. Customers can order a transponder, deposit money to their account, and manage their account entirely online.
DMV Connect: DMV Connect comprises portable service teams that travel across the state to provide convenient services in places like libraries, government centers, universities, and military bases. To schedule an appointment with DMV Connect, choose a mobile location near you. DMV Connect locations change regularly, and the schedule is constantly updated. DMV Connect cannot perform roadblocks, vital record transactions, and fingerprints. You can trade titles with DMV Connect, but your title will be shipped to you within 14 days.
Visit DMV Select: Do you need a vehicle offer? A DMV Select Can Help! The DMV works with local governments and private entities to offer primarily vehicle transactions, such as titles, registrations, and plates. To find a location near you, visit dmvNOW.com/select. Click on the specific office website to make sure it is open and to read all essential operational information, even if the office needs an investigation.