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Department of Motor Vehicles

The Department of Motor Vehicle's (DMV) responsibilities include vehicle titling and registration, driver licensing and maintenance of driver and vehicle records. The agency also collects Virginia's fuel tax, monitors the state's trucking industry and serves as Virginia's Highway Safety Office. In addition, the agency effectively enforces motoring and transportation-related tax laws, and efficiently collects and distributes transportation-related revenues. Interested in REAL ID? Find out more at You can also conduct more than 40 DMV transactions on the DMV website.

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The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) provides services through a network of customer service centers, DMV 2 Go and DMV Connect mobile offices, the agency’s website, weigh stations, and telephone call centers. Start your DMV experience at, where you can conduct more than 40 DMV transactions and learn more about how to apply for REAL ID. DMV’s most visible and widely used products include driver, vehicle, and motor carrier credentials. DMV leverages its statewide service footprint to make available more products and services in partnership with other agencies. Virginians can get certified copies of Virginia vital records (birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates) and hunting and fishing licenses through all DMV customer service centers. E-ZPass tolling transponders are available at select locations.


Mailing Address

Department of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 27412
Richmond, VA 23269


(804) 497-7100


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