What time does the Dept of Motor Vehicles office close?

The office hours for the Department of Motor Vehicle depends on your state, your county and even your town or city. You can find this information by visiting your state's DMV Web site. Most sites list locations with hours, along with addresses and contact numbers. 

If you try calling a DMV location for operating hours, be aware that the busiest locations are difficult to reach by phone. You'll either get a perpetual busy signal, or be placed on hold for 20 minutes or longer. So trust the hours you read on the Internet. A few DMV sites, like Virginia's for example, also provide current office waiting time information.  

If you reside in a rural area where the county treasurer or clerk handles DMV-related transactions, hours are less uniform. Sometimes offices are only open once or twice a week, and often close for lunch. Hours are always posted on the department's Web site. If not, call directly. Because DMV visitors are few, you should have no problem in getting someone to answer the phone.

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