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    Driver's License Change of Address

    Rhode Island requires all licensed drivers to notify the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) within 10 days of an address change. If you don't want an updated photo license, you can send a completed Change of Address Notice to:

    Division of Motor Vehicles
    Attn: Address Change
    600 New London Avenue
    Cranston, RI 02920

    You can also change your address online using the DMV Address Change system.

    If you desire a new photo license that displays your updated address, you will have to visit one of Rhode Island's DMV branch office locations. You will need to bring:

    Title & Registration Address Changes

    If you have moved and need to update your title or registration card, you can do this in person or by mail.

    If you do not want an updated registration card, you can simply mail a completed Change of Address Notice to:

    Division of Motor Vehicles
    Attn: Address Change
    600 New London Avenue
    Cranston, RI 02920

    This will update your records only and you will not be issued a replacement registration card showing your new address. If you'd like an updated registration/title, follow the steps below.

    In Person

    To update your registration card in person, visit your local RI DMV office with:

    By Mail

    To update your registration card by mail, you will need:

    Send the above to:

    Division of Motor Vehicles
    Attn: Update Registration
    600 New London Avenue
    Cranston, RI 02920

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