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Is that thing registered? Delaware rolls out DMV-on-wheels

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles has launched its “DMV On the Go” mobile DMV trailer. The handicap-accessible trailer allows customers to perform all the same transactions as they would at a traditional DMV location, except for inspections, driving exams, driver improvement services and uninsured motorist fees.  At the DMV on the Go, customers can renew their driver’s licenses and …

DelawareLive Jan 9

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Jan. 9, 2022

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Pre-filed bills offer glimpse into legislature’s plans Despite acquittal, Brown will still face Senate ethics inquiry Tony Allen to honor mother’s life with scholarship for single moms Some patients being transferred to nursing homes will be COVID-positive Wilmington Councilwoman Rysheema Dixon resigns during meeting Culture 36 arts groups, 13 artists get chunk of Rescue …

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DMV waives late fees, asks customers to use online services

Charlie Megginson Government, 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, …

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DMV reopens: Another sign of normalcy

Betsy Price Government, 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 …

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Del. ID cards now good for 8 years (and cost $40)

Betsy Price Government, Headlines

A sample ID card (Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles) Starting Wednesday, state-issued identification cards will be good for eight years and cost $40. That’s double the time and double the fee for the old cards and aligns them with timeframe and cost of driver licenses. The change follows the adoption of HB 78, signed by Gov. John Carney on June …