The Division of Motor Vehicles’ full service “DMV 2 Go:” mobile van will be parked at Patrick Henry Community College at 212 Johnson Street in Stuart on February 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The mobile unit offers all transactions that are handled by the standard DMV offices.
The Virginia DMV’s mobile operations is expanding to serve even more customers in Southwest Virginia. In addition to the five mobile customer service centers, called DMV 2 Go, that are traveling across the state, Southwest Virginia has a new DMV service outlet—DMV Connect.
DMV Connect is a portable outreach program that, like DMV 2 Go, brings services to busy Virginians. Everything DMV Connect needs to operate packs up into a portable suitcase and can be set up anywhere.
DMV Connect provides common DMV transactions including driver’s licenses; ID cards for children, adults and veterans; vehicle titles and registrations; compliance summaries; disable parking placards and E-ZPass transponders.
A full-service DMV 2 Go mobile office continues to make rounds through Southwest Virginia providing all DMV transactions. Thanks to partnerships with other government agencies, customers may also purchase certified copies of Virginia birth, marriage, divorce, and death certificates, obtain E-ZPass transponders and apply for hunting and fishing licenses on all five mobile offices.