DMV Field Offices to Continue Serving the Public during the COVID-19 Outbreak

Essential services will continue by mail, through available online services, kiosks, virtually and other means. Virtual Field Office open for vehicle registration renewal, title transfers

Sacramento – The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is moving to offer Californians essential services online starting next week to continue processing critical transactions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Field offices will be temporarily closed to the public statewide beginning March 27 and reopen, virtually, on April 2. All in-office appointments at this time will be canceled. Customers are encouraged to check the dmv.ca.gov website for future appointment availability.

DMV online services will continue to be available at dmv.ca.gov. Customers can also take care of many tasks at the hundreds of kiosks throughout the state or through available local business partners. DMV’s customer service centers will continue to operate during normal business hours at 1-800-777-0133 or connecting via the live chat feature on the DMV website.

Link to full article:
https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/pubs/newsrel/2020/2020_14