Washington DC DMV
In Washington DC, the DC Department of Motor Vehicles is the official government agency that is in charge of everything related to driver’s licenses, registration and all other vehicle-related issues. However, trying to get to the information you need via this agency might become tiring and time-consuming. Your problem can be quickly and easily solved in just a click. Find out more about all DMV requirements about your vehicle just by visiting http://www.dmv.com/. Check out this guide at http://www.dmv.com/dc/district-of-columbia and go through every issue that you need to get explained. Remember, government offices work Monday-Friday, and dmv.com is always available for you.
- Your local DMV office works with titles, registration, licenses, non-driver IDs, permits and more.
- The Brentwood CDL offices handle issues related to commercial licenses.
- The Gerorgetown service center handles with licenses, non-driver IDs and permits for non-US citizens and diplomats.
- The Brentwood road test center carries out road tests for motorcycles and non-commercial licenses.
- The commercial vehicle road test lot is used for conducting road tests for commercial licenses that have previously been scheduled.
- The vehicle inspection station is open for vehicle inspections.
- The adjudication services deal with issues related to ticket payment plans or walk-in parking hearings.
- The driver improvement office provides limited driver license services related to driver records, license reinstatements and reinstatement hearing schedules.
General working hours of Washington DC DMV are Monday-Friday, from 8:15 am to 4:00 pm, except on official holidays. Check out the holidays calendar at the official government website http://dmv.washingtondc.gov/info/holidayclosingschedule.shtm.
You can contact your local DMV offices in several ways:
- By telephone
(202) 737-4404: 24×7 call center
- By mail
Department of Motor Vehicles
Government of the District of Columbia
PO Box 90120
Washington, DC 20090
- By e-mail
All your questions connected to the Washington DC DMV can be send by e-mail at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the location of your nearest DMV office, check out the official government website at http://dmv.washingtondc.gov/info/dropbox.shtm.