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DMV 2 Go NOVA

DMV 2 Go Northern Virginia mobile unit

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DMV 2 Go NOVA is not available today.

Please view the full DMV 2 Go calendar for upcoming events.

DMV 2 Go NOVA, nicknamed 'Mozart' (keeping with the 'Mo' for mobile office naming convention), joined the DMV 2 Go fleet in April 2012. Mozart was formerly a mobile computer lab that was renovated by DMV staff into a full-service customer service center. This handicap accessible RV is 32-feet long and 11-feet wide. Mozart has three customer service work stations, two testing stations and a public kiosk to access other state services through a Virginia internet portal.

Mozart serves Northern Virginia from Green and Stafford Counties north to the Virginia/Maryland border. To view specific jurisdictions in Mozart's service area, see the high resolution printable map.

If you'd like to schedule a visit, send an email to the DMV 2 Go NOVA staff at DMV2GONOVA@dmv.virginia.gov.

Mozart On the Go

Some highlights of Mozart's travels in the Northern Virginia and Staunton areas include stops to serve citizens in Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Greene, Prince William, Loudoun, Strasburg, and Winchester. Other stops include Reston Town Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Fort Belvoir and all three campuses of George Mason University.

Mozart supplements services at DMV Selects in Purcellville and Berryville, and also provides services at events such as the Dale City Gun Show and the Fredericksburg Veterans Outreach Day.

picture of dignitaries at Mozart
Delegate Mark Sickles, Senator George Barker, DMV Commissioner Richard Holcomb and Delegate Vivian Watts pose for a photo after touring Mozart at Fort Belvoir.