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DMV Appointments in New Jersey

Currently, the, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) offers appointments for certain types of MVC services. Keep reading for information on the types of appointments you can make, how to make them, and what you'll need to bring to the MVC.

Keep in mind not all tasks require an in-person visit to a branch office. Find out which online services the state and several third-party companies offer to help save you time.

Types of New Jersey MVC Appointments

At this time, you can make road test appointments for:

  • Non-commercial driver's license.
  • Motorcycle:
    • License.
    • Endorsement.
  • Commercial driver's license (CDL).

You can also make appointments for vehicle inspections.

How to Schedule an MVC Appointment

There are a variety of ways for you to schedule your road testing and vehicle inspection appointment. Keep reading for the specifics on how to schedule your next MVC visit.

Road Test Appointment

After you've met all other permit- and license-related requirements, you can schedule a road test appointment for a non-commercial driver's license, motorcycle license, or motorcycle endorsement by either:

  • Calling the MVC at (609) 292-6500 and choosing the appropriate option.

If you'd like to make CDL road skills testing appointment, you'll need to contact an official CDL road testing site.

Depending on the license for which you're testing, you might have to wait a certain period of time before scheduling your appointment. For example, you might have to hold a permit for a certain number of days or even months before taking the road test for the full license. The New Jersey MVC will walk you through these steps as you work toward your license. You can also reference our guides listed below.

Inspection Station Appointment

You can schedule a vehicle inspection online for the following locations:

  • Cape May.
  • Salem.
  • Washington.

You must make the appointment at least 1 business day in advance.

What to Bring to Your NJ MVC Appointment

What you must bring to your appointment depends on the license for which you're testing. Review our guides on each appointment type before you head out the door to ensure you won't have to make multiple trips to your local Motor Vehicle Commission office:

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