In partnership with the offices of the Commissioner of the Revenue and the City Treasurer, the Department of Motor Vehicles is bringing its mobile customer service center to Newport News. DMV Connect is an outreach program that serves Virginians who may not be able to travel to a DMV office. On Monday, September 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., customers may visit Newport News City Hall lobby at 2400 Washington Avenue to take advantage of most of DMV’s services.
At DMV Connect customers can:
• Apply for or renew an ID card - available for adults and children.
• Apply for or renew a driver's license.
• Get a copy of a driving record.
• Obtain vehicle titles, license plates, decals, transcripts.
• Order disabled parking placards or plates.
• Update an address in DMV records. At the same time, you can update your voter registration address and organ donor status.
Road driving test and vital record information are not available at DMV Connect. For a list of required documents, pricing, and other information, visit the DMV website.