Connecticut has many DMV locations around the state as well as alternative locations to take care of certain renewals, testing, and licensing. It’s important for people to note their closest DMV and alternative locations, since appointment times will vary between each.
The following is a list of service locations and what they can handle at each one, so people can have their DMV-related issues handled close to home.
DMV Hub OfficesThere are eight hub offices in Connecticut. These include:
- Old Saybrook
DMV Limited Service Offices
DMV limited service officers are offices offering fewer services. These offices include:
- New Britain
The Putnam office is currently closed.
Some of the limited service options offered at these locations include:
- Registration services
- Driver’s license services
- Road testing
- Dealers and titling services
…as well as others. Before you go, you do need to make an appointment. It’s also a good idea to contact the specific office before you go, since they may offer different services based on location.
The Connecticut DMV has two primary locations for skills testing. The Cheshire location only handles knowledge testing for driver’s licensing. For CDL skills testing, there are other locations where you can go. CDL licensing skills tests are taken either in Mansfield or Winsted.
Alternate License Renewal LocationsIf you need to renew your license, you can do so at several different locations across Connecticut. These include:
- AAA locations
- Norwalk Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
- North Haven Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
- Milford Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union
- Old Saybrook
- West Hartford
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