Until March 31, the District of Columbia Government is operating under a modified posture in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). However, residents are still able to access many essential services.
Until March 31, the DMV Southwest Service Center at 95 M Street, SW will be the ONLY service center open. Residents must make an appointment prior to coming to the service center. Schedule an appointment here or call 311.
The Self-Service On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) Emissions Kiosk located at 300 Van Buren Street, NW will remain open 24/7.
All road test appointments (Commercial and Non-Commercial) between March 17–31 have been rescheduled.
DMV will extend the expiration date for driver licenses, identification cards, vehicle registrations, inspections, ticket payments and ticket adjudication requests until April 17.
All driver licenses, vehicle registrations, and vehicle inspections scheduled to expire between March 16 and March 31 will be granted a waiver without penalty until DC DMV reopens at full operating capacity.
All tickets will remain in their current status between March 16 and March 31 and no additional penalties will be accessed during this period. In the interim, the public is encouraged to request adjudication and pay tickets online. Additionally, all driver license suspensions and revocations will be paused until DC DMV returns to full operating capacity after March 31.
DMV online services remain available, and customers are encouraged to utilize online options.
Residents should continue to check coronavirus.dc.gov for the latest information and guidance.
Source: DC DMV