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    Common Questions? 

    1) What Are the DMV’s Hours of Operation?
    It is definitely important to know the DMV’s hours of operation so that you don’t contact them when they are closed and cannot help you. The hours of operation can vary from state to state and even from office to office within the same state, as well. Many offices are open from 9 AM-5 PM Monday through Friday, but it is important to note that not all offices might have these hours of operation. DMV offices are also generally not open on the weekends, although there are some offices that do operate on the weekends. DMV offices are also closed for all federally recognized holidays, as well.
    3) Can I Contact My Local DMV Office by Mail?
    These days, it is somewhat less common to contact your local DMV office by mail. However, you can still certainly do so if you wish. In order to do so, you will need to know the physical address of the DMV office that is closest to you in your state. It is also important that you address the proper department to handle whatever business you have with your state DMV. Thankfully, you can find all of this information on your state DMV’s website.
    2) Can I Call My Local DMV Office?
    You can contact your local DMV office in a number of different ways. One of the ways that you can contact them is by calling the number of the local DMV office using your mobile phone. As previously mentioned, it is important that you check the hours of operation so you do not call them when they are closed. If you don’t know the number of your local DMV office, you can simply check the state DMV website and find the office closest to you. The number will be listed as part of their contact information.
    4) Can I Stop By My Local DMV Office in Person?
    In previous years, this question had a simple answer and the answer was yes. Visiting your local DMV office in person is certainly one way to contact them. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some DMV offices are closed permanently and others do not offer in-person services at this time. As a result, you should double-check whichever office you are planning to visit in order to make sure that you can visit it and the office is not closed. If so, you can speak to one of the employees in the office and they will provide you with the information you need.
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