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DMV Extends Appointment Availability

As part of Governor Ralph Northam’s easing of covid-19 restrictions, The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), announced it would open more windows for its customer service centers beginning June 1.

This will provide an additional 184,000 appointment opportunities across the state for citizens. Appointment opportunities are available for a 90-day period.

The DMV will open up windows in more stages on June 1, on June 15, and again in July.

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