The West Virginia DMV is encouraging customers to use online services and mail-in services as much as possible. Examples of these services include driver’s license renewal with no changes (every other cycle), vehicle registration renewals, obtain duplicate driver’s licenses, registration cards, decals, and plates, obtain driving records, personalized plate searches, request a personalized plate, and more. The complete list of online services can be found here.

DMV is extending the expiration date of any of the following documents with an expiration date in March or April of 2020 for three months from the date of expiration on the face of the document:

  • Any Driver’s License including Commercial Driver’s License
  • Instructional Permits, including Commercial Permits
  • Vehicle registration, including temporary vehicle registrations or plates
In addition, any CDL holder whose medical certification expires in March or April will have an additional three months to provide a new medical certification to avoid the downgrading of the CDL.

The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles will close to the public beginning Thursday, March 19. Out of an abundance of caution, and in accordance with the most recent guidelines and best practices recommended by both the CDC and West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources regarding COVID-19, this action will reduce exposure to both customers and employees. READ MORE

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