DMV Appointments in Maine
The Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) allows you to schedule certain appointments ahead of time, meaning you can spend less time in line and more time enjoying the Pine Tree State. Keep reading for more information on the types of appointments you can make, how to make them, and what you'll need to bring to the BMV.
Did you know you might be able to avoid a trip to the BMV altogether? Take a look at the online services offered by the state, which allow you to complete many driver and vehicle-related tasks from the comfort of your own home.
Types of Maine BMV Appointments
Currently, the ME Bureau of Motor Vehicles allows you to request road test appointments for:
- Standard driver's license.
- Commercial driver license (CDL).
How to Schedule a BMV Appointment
When you receive your learner's permit for your standard license or CDL, you'll also receive a test request card. When you've completed the necessary driver education and you're ready to take the road exam, you can mail said test request card to the ME Bureau of Motor Vehicles' main office in Augusta, located at:
Bureau of Motor Vehicles
29 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
Once your appointment request is received, the BMV will schedule your standard license or CDL road exam at the testing station nearest to you. You'll receive confirmation of your appointment by mail, which you'll need to take to the BMV on the day of your behind-the-wheel exam.
If you need to cancel or change your appointment due to bad road conditions, call (207) 624-9000 extension 52119.
What to Bring to Your ME BMV Appointment
Save yourself an extra trip to the BMV and make sure you have all of the necessary materials for your particular type of road exam. Check out our guides for an idea of what you'll need to bring to the following types of BMV appointments: