DMV News Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMonday, August 27, 2012
DMV Mobile Office to Serve William and Mary Community
DMV 2 Go to Visit College for the First Time
RICHMOND-The Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) mobile customer service center, called DMV 2 Go, is making its debut at the College of William and Mary offering a convenient method for students, faculty and staff to do their DMV business. DMV 2 Go will be open for business on Saturday, September 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of Phi Beta Kappa Hall, 601 Jamestown Road.
The handicapped-accessible full service office can provide all DMV transactions including driver’s licenses and ID cards, disabled parking placards, vehicle titles, license plates and decals. In addition, if Virginians have recently moved, which is often the case in a college community, they can stop in to update their address on their DMV record and also their voter registration address and organ donor status.
DMV 2 Go has been traveling across Virginia visiting other university and college campuses, assisted living facilities, businesses and military bases. The mobile office has already had success serving customers on the campuses of Old Dominion, George Mason, Norfolk State and UVA.
”We’re excited to launch this convenient service at the College of William and Mary,” said DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb. ”Our goal with this program is to bring DMV services directly to today’s busy Virginians at locations convenient to them.”
When visiting college campuses in the past, two of the most popular transactions include Virginia ID cards and personalized license plates. DMV offers two William and Mary special license plates. Thanks to a recent partnership with the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, DMV customers can now purchase hunting and fishing licenses in the mobile office.
Customers are encouraged to research and bring the required documents to complete their transactions. To determine what documents are needed, use the interactive document guide at www.dmvNOW.com.