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Friday, April 12, 2024


MVC Prolongs in-Person Transactions to July 7


By Press Release

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TRENTON – The Motor Vehicle Commission announced June 26 that most in-person transactions scheduled to begin June 29 will be delayed until July 7 while the text notification system undergoes final testing.
“We intended to rely on our new text notification system to check people in, then allow them to leave the building and go elsewhere,” Commissioner Sue Fulton stated. “Unfortunately, this new system requires further testing, so we will not be able to open as fully as we anticipated on June 29. Without the text notification system, the number of people waiting for transactions who will need to be on site will far exceed capacity limitations. We have said that the health and safety of our customers and employees is our first priority; therefore, we cannot put people in this situation.”
According to a release, road testing and inspection stations will still be fully operational June 29.
Those who complete their road tests must wait to get their new licenses until July 7, but they will be given access to “Road Test” express lanes at every licensing center.
Also, facilities will be closed on Mondays for health and safety assessments following each week of expanded activity.
Most licenses, IDs, registrations, and other documents scheduled to expire after March 13 have been extended to July 31 or later (more info at
Starting July 7, designated licensing centers will be processing new licenses and permits, out-of-state transfers, and REAL ID for those whose appointments were canceled.
Starting July 7, designated vehicle cCenters will be adding individual registration and title transactions.
Transactions that can be done online will not be available in person until further notice.
The commission continues to urge customers to use to renew or replace licenses, renew or replace registrations, or change their address.

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