|Tuesday, November 24, 2015|
|DMV Offices to Close Thursday, Nov. 26, for Thanksgiving Day|
| ||All Department of Motor Vehicles' offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26, for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. DMV's regional service centers and major service offices will reopen Friday, November 27, at 7:45 a.m.
|Thursday, November 19, 2015|
|Changes in Local Tax Clearances for Registrations|
| ||This is a reminder that the Department of Motor Vehicles beginning November 16, 2015, will no longer accept paper tax releases from town tax collectors. The new efficient process for towns is to electronically remove a local taxpayer who has paid their delinquent car taxes.|
|Thursday, November 12, 2015|
|Veterans Have Option to Get U.S. Flag on Licenses, IDs and License Plates|
| ||The Department of Motor Vehicles in observance of Veterans Day notes that thousands of veterans statewide have sought the state’s special recognition of having a U.S. flag on their licenses or ID cards to honor their service and establish eligibility for various discounts, programs, and services available to veterans.
|Monday, November 02, 2015|
|DMV Announces New Approach to Required Safety Class for Parents and Teen Drivers|
| ||DMV announced it has endorsed for driving schools a revised and improved approach to the state’s unique two-hour parent-teen safe driving information class required for all 16 and 17 year-olds seeking a driver’s license.
|Monday, October 26, 2015|
|DMV-Travelers Announce 8th Annual Teen Safe Driving Video Contest to Promote Safety on the Road|
| ||DMV announced it will be sponsoring with Travelers the 8th annual Teen Safe Driving Video contest for high school students around the state. The theme this year is: “When Shifting into Drive, Keep the Safety of Others in Mind!”
|Tuesday, October 20, 2015|
|VIDEO: National Teen Safe Driver Week (Oct. 18-24)|
| ||National Teen Safe Driver week is a reminder that teens, parents and communities need to continue their efforts to raise awareness about safety to prevent motor vehicle crashes, which are the leading cause of death for teenagers, say state officials and safety advocates. National Teen Safe Driver week runs through Saturday (Oct. 18-24).|