DMV Office Finder in New YorkWhat's Your Location?
The New York Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) oversees the issuance of everything driving related, including:
- Driver license permits
- Vehicle registration
NY DMV offices handle all transactions.
Before leaving your house, check if you can complete your DMV transaction online.
Search for a road test site by county.
Visit our Appointments page for detailed information on how to schedule an appointment in New York online or by phone.
Visit a Traffic Violations Bureau office for non-criminal moving violations.
New York Department of Motor Vehicles
Driver Licensing & Title/Registration
In New York City: (212) 645-5550 or (718) 966-6155
From area codes 516, 631, 845, 914: (718) 477-4820
From area codes 315, 518, 585, 607, and 716: (518) 486-9786
Out-of-State: (518) 473-5595
Website: Driver Licensing & Title/Registration Contact Page
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