Today: DMV 2 Go at Reston Town Center

DMV 2 Go/file photo Have you been meaning to renew your driver’s license, get a copy of your car title or register your car?

The DMV 2 Go will be at Reston Town Center (by the pavilion) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, saving you a trip to the real Department of Motor Vehicles.

DMV 2 Go is a fleet of five mobile customer service centers operated by the Virginia DMV.

At DMV 2 Go, visitors can do everything they can do at the DMV, including:

  • Apply for or renew your ID card – available for adults and children.
  • Apply for or renew your driver’s license – take road and knowledge tests; get your picture taken. Reinstate driving privileges.
  • Apply for a Veteran ID card.
  • Get a copy of your driving record.
  • Obtain vehicle titles, license plates, decals, transcripts.
  • Order disabled parking placards or plates.
  • Apply for certified copies of Virginia birth certificates.
  • Get fishing and hunting licenses.
  • Recently moved? If so, stop in to update your address on your DMV record. You can also update your voter registration address and organ donor status.
  • Request a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to set up a myDMV account – receive DMV notices via email or phone; conduct secure transactions on the DMV website.
  • Obtain a “E-ZPass On-The-Go” transponder. You can also obtain a “E-ZPass Flex” transponder at the Northern Virginia mobile office.

The DMV 2 Go usually makes a monthly stop in Reston.

DMV 2 Go/File photo

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