DMV: Commissioner's Welcome Message

Greetings From
Commissioner Andres Ayala, Jr.




{DMV Commissioner Andres Ayala, Jr.}
Andres Ayala, Jr.


Welcome to the Department of Motor Vehicles Online Service and Information Center. 


This Centerís goal is to make it easier for all customers to do business with DMV.  This goal reflects DMVís continuing pledge to constantly find new and innovative ways to improve customer service to the public.


As Commissioner, I want to know how we can do better and welcome your feedback.  Your comments will be valuable to help DMV meet the needs of all its customers in a changing state, country and world. Translated in over 60 languages through Google Translate, this Center serves as a one-stop shop for DMV information. Customers can also perform a variety of online services.


Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience, customers can schedule a learnerís permit test; renew a vehicle registration and business licenseorder a vanity plate; check a driverís license status and verify a registration status.  Browse our complete list of online services here.


The Center also offers a wide variety of information on DMV services.  Here you can find general information, office hours and locations, forms and applications, registration and licensing requirements, driverís manuals, drivers with disabilities,  information about teen drivers and older drivers, vanity license plates and other details to make a visit to our office easier for you.


DMV also offers a popular mobile app that gives customers at their fingertips the ability to take several knowledge practice tests, check DMV office wait times and find a DMV office. 


Weíre always striving to improve our online offerings.  Please check back for updates and changes to our websites.  If you have suggestions or comments for changes, please e-mail us.  DMV wants this site to meet your needs and make your next experience with us a positive one.


Remember to buckle up and drive safely!

Thank you,
Andres Ayala, Jr.


You may reach the Executive Offices of Commissioner Ayala at (860) 263-5015 or by e-mailing him at

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