Delaware's DMV on the Go is back for the third year.

Ditch the lines and try DMV on the Go through October 31

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Government

Skip the endless lines and the alphabet and numerical soup of tickets that a standard trip to the DMV brings. The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) kicks off its third season of “DMV on the Go” this week, allowing residents to renew their registrations, driver licenses, complete title work and more right in their neighborhood. “Mobility is one of …

DMV OBDII inspection

State vehicle inspections to use more onboard diagnostics

Betsy PriceCulture, Headlines

  Starting Aug. 14, Delaware vehicle inspection rules change to require the use of onboard diagnostics more often. The state will continue to require a curb idle and gas cap test in models from 1995 and before. The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles says the revised inspection and maintenance regulations are designed to help reduce emissions and improve air quality. …

DMV waives late fees, asks customers to use online services

Charlie MegginsonGovernment, Headlines

The DMV is asking you to use its online portal to complete your transactions rather than visit its locations. Photo courtesy of Del. Dept. of Transportation. The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles is encouraging customers to utilize the agency’s myDMV online portal rather than visiting its brick-and-mortar locations.  The online portal offers more than 20 services, including driver license renewal, …

DMV picks Veterans Day to launch new site for Veterans

Charlie MegginsonGovernment, Headlines

The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles has launched a new webpage to provide easy access to services for veterans. Services provided on the webpage include driver license renewal for active-duty service members, applications for military, handicap and traditional license plates and a veteran ID card application portal. The site also includes a link to apply for the state’s ‘Heroes on …

DMV reopens: Another sign of normalcy

Betsy PriceGovernment, Headlines

Photo by Enric Cruz López of Pexels   As Delaware continues to reopen businesses as COVID-19 vaccinations rise, there’s one more sign of normalcy: The DMV is returning to normal operations July 13. That’s the same date that Gov. John Carney’s State of Emergency order is slated to expire, dropping masking and social distancing mandates statewide.  those who are not …