Visiting the DMV or DOT in person was probably not on your favorite things to do list, even before COVID became a serious issue in the United States. In an effort to make it easier and safer for everyone, different states have implemented different policies about in-person visits and road tests.
There are so many things to consider, as you gear up to take care of essential business, that we have created a help guide to visiting the Department of Motor Vehicles or Department of Transportation. It will help you prepare for the fastest and most efficient trip while making sure you are aware of what may have changed since your last visit.
Many DMV facilities have implemented additional safeguards and procedures like glass barriers and waiting room management to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. In some cases, rules and processes for obtaining a driver’s license or completing a road test have been changed or waived. Online registrations or appointments may even be required before you can enter the building.
Are you getting ready to go to the Department of Transportation office during COVID-19? This resource will help you find out more about what to expect when you visit your local DMV during the pandemic.