DMV News Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASETuesday, August 06, 2013
DMV Mobile Office Partners with Appalachian School of Law
DMV 2 Go to Serve ASL Students, Faculty, and Staff on Campus
RICHMOND - The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) mobile customer service center, called DMV 2 Go, is partnering with Appalachian School of Law (ASL) in Grundy to offer another convenient location for students, college faculty and staff to conduct their DMV business. DMV 2 Go will be open for business on campus on Tuesday, August 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1169 Edgewater Drive Grundy, 24614. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. to celebrate the new partnership. A number of legislators and other local dignitaries are slated to attend.
"Our mobile office service on the campus of Appalachian School of Law highlights a number of visits we have scheduled to colleges and universities throughout the Commonwealth to both greet new students and serve existing students, faculty, and staff," 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. The mobile office serves as a community connection tool and provides added value for the places it visits, such as ASL."
DMV 2 Go is a handicapped-accessible full service office on wheels that provides all DMV transactions including buying hunting and fishing licenses, and applying for and renewing driver's licenses and ID cards. 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 update their voter registration address and organ donor status.
Customers are encouraged to research and bring the proper documents to complete their transactions by using the interactive document guide atwww.dmvNOW.com. For more details, scheduling information, and a calendar of upcoming locations visit www.dmvNOW.com/DMV2GO.