WATERBURY, Conn. — Gov. Lamont and officials at the Department of Motor Vehicles announced that four branches are reopening and road tests are being rescheduled. .
The governor was joined by DMV Commissioner Sibongile Magubane.
They announced that road testing will resume June 23. Approximately 1,000 road tests have been rescheduled through June 30th. Customers are being called by DMV staff to schedule previously cancelled appointments.
The branches now open for appointment-only services are:
According to the state's website, while select DMV services are accessible online, all in-person services now require an appointment.
Bridgeport NEW LICENSE, LICENSE RENEWAL, NEW ID, OUT OF STATE TRANSFER-LICENSE AND REGISTRATION
Enfield NEW LICENSE, LICENSE RENEWAL, NEW ID, OUT OF STATE TRANSFER-LICENSE AND REGISTRATION
Waterbury NEW LICENSE, LICENSE RENEWAL, NEW ID, OUT OF STATE TRANSFER-LICENSE AND REGISTRATION
Hamden CDL UPGRADE
New Britain NEW LICENSE, LICENSE RENEWAL, NEW ID
Cheshire LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING
Wethersfield LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING, NEW REGISTRATIONS
Willimantic LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING, NEW REGISTRATIONS
Old Saybrook LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING
Norwalk LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING
Danbury NEW REGISTRATIONS LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING
Norwich Registration Backlog Processing Location
OUT OF STATE TRANSFER-LICENSE AND REGISTRATION - Bridgeport, Enfield, Waterbury
NEW LICENSE - Bridgeport, Enfield, Waterbury, New Britain
LICENSE RENEWAL - Bridgeport, Enfield, Waterbury, New Britain
NEW ID - Bridgeport, Enfield, Waterbury, New Britain
CDL UPGRADE - Hamden
LEARNER’S PERMIT KNOWLEDGE TESTING - Cheshire, Wethersfield, Willimantic, Old Saybrook, Norwalk, Danbury
NEW REGISTRATIONS - Wethersfield, Willimantic, Danbury
Services Offered Online
Registration renewal, registration and license status, registration cancellation, emissions test late fees, etc.
Online Services: https://portal.ct.gov/DMV/Online-Services/Online-Services-Old
Forms can be accessed online: https://portal.ct.gov/DMV/Online-Forms/Online-Forms/All-DMV-Forms
Drop-boxes for Registration Services are located in the following offices: Danbury, Norwich, and Old Saybrook. Customers are encouraged to visit the DMV’s website to verify availability, as times and locations may change. The average turnaround time is four-weeks. (More info: https://portal.ct.gov/DMV-reg-drop-off)
Services Offered by Appointment at Partner Locations
AAA and Nutmeg/DMV Express: Driver license/ID card renewals; duplicate driver’s license/ID card; or name change name on license or ID card.
DMV road tests will also continue this week. Officials say nearly 1,000 appointments have already been made this week.
Road tests will be conducted with testers using one vehicle continuously sanitized with one inspector riding along.
All appointments will be confirmed or canceled by email. Be sure to check your email prior to heading to the DMV.
Connecticut initially committed to offering 180-day extensions for credentials expiring March 10 through June 30, 2020.
The credentials include:
- CT driver’s licenses
- Learner’s permits
- Identity cards
- Emissions testing
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