The Virginia DMV, and the Maryland MVA, have now opened several service centers across the region for in-person services on an appointment-only basis.
The Maryland MVA resumed in-person services on Monday at 17 branches in 15 counties, plus Baltimore City. The MVA is also accepting in-person drop-offs of tag and title processing work at all branches throughout the state, including those that remain closed to the public. Tag and title personnel can drop off work between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please read the MVA Bulletin regarding tag and title processing at this link.
Some of the branches that are re-opened to the public include those in Gaithersburg, White Oak, Largo, Columbia, Glen Burnie, Waldorf, and Loveville. To register for an appointment, please click here. VEIP stations remain closed, but customers can continue using any of the seven self-serve inspection stations located around the state.
The Virginia DMV, which had opened a handful of Northern Virginia branches on May 29, has now officially resumed in-person operations at 24 centers, including locations in Arlington, Franconia, Tysons Corner, Leesburg, and Manassas. Please click here for a full list of open branches; you may register for a required appointment at this link. Many Virginia DMV services can be conducted online, and we encourage you to continue taking advantage of the online services portal whenever possible.Download Bulletin PDF