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The Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) oversees the issuance of drivers licenses, ID cards, and official vehicle documents such as titles and car registrations. Some DMV procedures can be completed online, otherwise you'll need to visit your local DMV office.
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West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles
Driver Licensing & Title/Registration
Toll free (304) 558-3900 or (304) 558-3900
Website: Driver Licensing & Title/Registration Contact Page
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- Motorcycle Riders
- Drivers in the Military
- Tickets & Violations
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- Relocation & Movers Guide
- Safety & Driving
- Reports & Records
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