SALEM, Va. (WFXR) — For those who need to handle their DMV needs but don’t have time to go to the DMV itself, the Salem Civic Center will offer “DMV2Go” appointments for several days this week.
The Salem Civic Center says DMV2Go will take place in Parlor C from Monday, Sept. 21, through Thursday, Sept. 24. However, due to coronavirus restrictions, anyone interested in participating is required to make an appointment.
To schedule an appointment with DMV Connect at the Salem Civic Center, click here and follow the instructions below:
- In the blue “Get Started” box, select the gray “Transactions” tab.
- Under “Visit a DMV Connect,” use the dropdown menu to select the Salem Civic Center
- Click on “Make An Appointment.”
- At the bottom of the page, under “Choose a category,” select the type of service you need.
- Under “I would like to schedule…” select the specific service that you need.
- Click on a date on calendar that is in bold print.
- Click on your preferred time.
- Click “Continue.”
- Enter your name, phone number, and email.
- Click on “Complete appointment.”
According to the Salem Civic Center, “This full-service office is ready to help with all of your Virginia DMV needs!”
Organizers say the following services will be available at DMV2Go:
- Apply/renew your ID card (both adults and children).
- Apply/renew your driver’s license; take road and knowledge tests; get your picture taken; reinstate driving privileges.
- Apply for a Veteran ID card.
- Get a copy of your driving record.
- Obtain vehicle titles, license plates, decals, and transcripts.
- Order disabled parking placards or plates.
- Get fishing and hunting licenses.
However, officials say DMV Connect cannot conduct learner’s permit or other testing, vital records transactions, or HAZMAT fingerprinting. In addition, while you can complete a titling transaction with DMV Connect, your title will reportedly be mailed to you two weeks later.
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