The DC DMV announced yesterday that it will offer walk-in appointments at all service centers beginning on Monday, July 19. As part of the transition period, residents can still make specific appointments for any available date until that system closes on July 17. Earlier this month, the DMV announced that the grace period for IDs and driver’s licenses has been extended until Sept. 9. Previously, all expired IDs and licenses needed to be renewed by July 1.
The DC DMV noted that the grace period for expired inspections and vehicle registrations ended back on June 1 and will not be extended. The DMV is extending hours at the inspection center at 95 M Street SW on select Saturdays and Sundays between now and mid-July, and there is a self-service kiosk in Takoma that is open 24/7.
As always, we continue to encourage dealers to avail themselves of the DC DMV’s Online Services Portal wherever possible.Download Bulletin PDF