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Temporary Changes at DMV

Temporary Change at DMV

The California DMV reports that its offices are still open, but there are many new restrictions in place. Californians are encouraged to use online services, when possible. The specific tasks that require an in-person visit now require an appointment. No walk-ins will be accepted. Also, behind the wheel driving tests have been suspended for the next 30 days.

Drivers license transactions that require an in office visit include:

– Applications for a new driver license or REAL ID

– Those 70 years of age and older, who are required to take the driver’s test

– Individuals who are required to renew in the office (last DMV visit was 15 years prior)

– Individuals subject to vision testing and individuals with complex driving history.

The DMV notes that most vehicle registrations can be done online, at the DMV kiosks, or by phone. The DMV will only be open Monday through Friday and is suspending extended hours on Saturdays. 

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