DMV announces expanded appointment services and locations

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles continues to widen the opportunities for vehicle owners and drivers to return to their offices to do business.

The agency has announced an update to its appointment scheduler to include offices in Martisnburg, Morgantown, and Summersville. Also, vehicle transaction appointments have been added to the Logan, Elkins, Summersville, Morgantown, and Martinsburg Regional DMV offices.

“We are pleased to now offer vehicle transactions, including title work and registrations, by appointment in five of our offices, as well as adding three more offices to the list of twelve already taking appointments for driver’s services,” said DMV Commissioner Everett Frazier in a release on Friday.

“We thank everyone for their patience as we upgrade each office with safety and efficiency in mind for our customers and employees.”

Customers may visit the DMV website to make appointments. For customers without Internet access, please call 304-558-3938 to make an appointment.





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