Closure of DMV offices extended two weeks

Posted at 5:15 PM, Apr 23, 2020

RICHMOND, Va. -- Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles offices will remain closed for an additional two weeks, until May 11, Governor Ralph Northam announced Thursday.

Northam says the offices will remain closed to the public in response to the continued spread of the coronavirus.

Additionally, driver and vehicle credentials that were due to expire will be further extended.

The closure includes all 75 DMV customer service centers, DMV 2 Go, DMV Connect and all 13 motor carrier service centers (weigh stations).

Virginians who need to renew a license or vehicle registration are encouraged to do so online.